More commutations, pardons expected
WASHINGTON - On his last full day in office, President Barack Obama is expected to grant more commutations and pardons today, after already issuing hundreds earlier this week.
White House officials say this last batch would focus on nonviolent drug offenders serving long prison sentences.
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