Different Motivations Lead to Bipartisan Support to End Mandatory Sentencing

Twenty-five years after Congress passed the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988, which set mandatory minimum sentencing requirements for drug offenders, an unlikely alliance of Tea Party Republicans and liberal Democrats has formed to propose legislation reversing the policy.

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Nearly One-quarter of Americans Oppose Same-sex Marriage While Supporting Nondiscrimination Laws
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