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The Free Beacon reported:

President Obama commuted the sentences of 95 prisoners and pardoned two, the White House announced in a statement Friday.

The commutations represented the largest number Obama has announced at one time, according to the Associated Press, and were mainly granted to prisoners held for nonviolent drug crimes. Many of the individuals were serving time for crimes involving cocaine and crack.

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