Author: The Associated Press

Attorney General Sessions Calls for Return to Mandatory Minimum Sentences Associated with Low-level Drug Crimes, Mass Incarceration

Mandatory minimum sentences, which have been vilified by some as a war against African-American men, just got a strong push from the U.S. attorney general after a short-lived hiatus during the Obama administration, sparking angry objections by some, though it remains to be seen if the black community feels the same way given their mixed feelings about the issue.

Attorney General Sessions Calls for Return to Mandatory Minimum Sentences Associated with Low-level Drug Crimes, Mass Incarceration

Mandatory minimum sentences, which have been vilified by some as a war against African-American men, just got a strong push from the U.S. attorney general after a short-lived hiatus during the Obama administration, sparking angry objections by some, though it remains to be seen if the black community feels the same way given their mixed feelings about the issue.

Attorney General Sessions Calls for Return to Mandatory Minimum Sentences Associated with Low-level Drug Crimes, Mass Incarceration

Mandatory minimum sentences, which have been vilified by some as a war against African-American men, just got a strong push from the U.S. attorney general after a short-lived hiatus during the Obama administration, sparking angry objections by some, though it remains to be seen if the black community feels the same way given their mixed feelings about the issue.