Excerpt from WND
By Bob Unruh
President Obama on Wednesday commuted the sentences of another 214 convicted drug felons, mostly dealers, bringing his total to 562 inmates who he has freed under his executive power to end punishments.
And the White House says there are many more reprieves to come.
“Today’s 214 grants of commutation also represent the most grants in a single day since at least 1900,” wrote White House lawyer Neil Eggleston on the White House website. “That being said, our work is far from finished. I expect the president will continue to grant clemency in a historic and inspiring fashion.”