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  • Presidents shouldn’t have blanket pardon power

    Boston Globe - 12/17/2020

    “The Biden plan would make sure the power of the pardon was used more consistently and more justly,” says Daniel J. Urman, who teaches constitutional law at Northeastern University. “And the board could have formerly incarcerated people on it. That would increase its use for mercy. And hopefully decrease its use for cronyism.”

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