Time to Mend the ‘Crack’ in Justice, an Open Letter to Congress
The Open Society Policy Center has joined other Justice Roundtable members in an open letter to the United States Congress requesting an equalization of the penalty structure between crack and powder cocaine.

February 16, 2006

The Open Society Policy Center has joined other Justice Roundtable members in an open letter to the United States Congress requesting an equalization of the penalty structure between crack and powder cocaine.

This year marks the twentieth anniversary of the Anti-Drug Abuse Act which differentiated between powder cocaine and crack cocaine and mandated dramatically harsher punishments for crack cocaine.

Click on the PDF to read the full letter to Congress.

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