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Steven I. Platt: Maryland can lead on corrections reforms

By all accounts, this has not been a good stretch of the year for the Obama administration. In fact, what columnist Ruth Marcus called an “unfortunate confluence of unfortunate events,” the Benghazi, Internal Revenue Service and Associated Press probe “scandals” will ultimately not make the first paragraph — not even the first page — of the account of the Obama Administration in the history books.

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Letters to the Editor – 4/9/12

So Gov. [Martin] O’Malley commutes his first two life sentences (“O’Malley commutes first two life sentences,” March 30). And according to Parole Chairman [David] Blumberg, this action is grounded on “redemption,” which is defined as… “release from a detrimental influence ...

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