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Pres. Bush Pardons 14 People and Commutes Sentences of 2

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President Bush, who’s looking for forgiveness for the way the economy has turned out, decided to show some forgiveness. No big names so far. But more pardons are expected. Stay tuned.

By Deb Riechmann
Associated Press
WASHINGTON — President George W. Bush has granted pardons to 14 individuals and commuted the prison sentences of two others convicted of misdeeds including drug offenses, tax evasion, wildlife violations and bank embezzlement.
The new round of White House pardons announced Monday are Bush’s first since March and come less than two months before he will end his presidency. The crimes committed by those on the list also include offenses involving hazardous waste, food stamps, and the theft of government property.
Bush has been stingy during his time in office about granting clemency, but more grants are expected.
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