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|Crack cocaine: Make the sentencing fair|
|The Washington Post - Washington, D.C.|
|Subjects:||Drug trafficking; Criminal sentences; Cocaine; Blacks|
|Date:||Aug 15, 1995|
Ari Armstrong, a research associate with Families Against Mandatory Minimums, discusses efforts to get criminal sentencing for crack cocaine brought down to the same level as powder cocaine due to the disparity between blacks and whites sent to prison.
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