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Rockefeller Drug Law Reform ?Within Reach?

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Lawmakers in Albany say they're closer than ever to a deal that would reform the state's Rockefeller drug laws. Under those laws, a person convicted for selling two ounces of cocaine serves a minimum of fifteen years behind bars.
With less than a week before the Senate is scheduled to adjourn for the summer, a last minute push for change is coming from a leader in New York City's hip hop community. But as Brian Mann reports, drug-law reform could hurt small towns in the north country that rely on prisons for good jobs.

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Brian Mann
Adirondack Bureau Chief

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