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December 27, 2010

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Claudia Herrera

Federal Drug Charges are too long and come to high a cost to families, communities and taxpeyers. Drug sentencing guidelines are higher than mandatory minimum drug sentences.
There is no evidance that Congress intended that to be the case. The commision should change the guidelines to reduce all drug sentences bay two levels, as it did with crack cocaine sentences in 2007. the commision should take this straightforward, simple and just step now

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