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WASHINGTON – As many as 12,000 federal prisoners can get their sentences reduced under a new law that brought the penalties for crack cocaine more in line with those for the powdered form of the drug, a government commission decided yesterday.

The decision by the U.S. Sentencing Commission applies to approximately 1 in 17 inmates in the federal system.

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