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June 10, 2009

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Louise Dotter

It doesn't matter if judges hand out equal sentences As an ex probation officer I can tell you the powder users (usually white) will end up serving time in rehab and the crack users (usually black) will end up in prison! WHY? Money and insurance. If we guaranteed every user (not big dealers) the same fancy treatment/rehab that rich folks get we could really reduce the prison population!

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