Jake Grant is an intern working with Justice Fellowship, the policy arm of Prison Fellowship. A version of this post appears on the Justice Fellowship website.
Five years ago, Congress passed the Fair Sentencing Act (FSA) of 2010. The law lowered sentencing disparity between powder and crack cocaine and eliminated mandatory minimum sentences for simple possession of crack cocaine.
By Jake Grant
August 25, 2015Cocaine | CORRECTIONS Act | Fair Sentencing Act | mandatory minimums | Sentencing Commission | Smarter Sentencing Act