Then-Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., puts on a cowboy hat handed to him as the candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination leaves a rally in Austin, Texas in 2007. Obama shortened the prison sentences for nine Texans convicted of non-violent drug offenses on Tuesday.
Then-Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., puts on a cowboy hat handed to him as the candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination leaves a rally in Austin, Texas in 2007. Obama shortened the prison sentences for nine Texans convicted of non-violent drug offenses on Tuesday. LM Otero ASSOCIATED PRESS
Then-Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., puts on a cowboy hat handed to him as the candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination leaves a rally in Austin, Texas in 2007. Obama shortened the prison sentences for nine Texans convicted of non-violent drug offenses on Tuesday. LM Otero ASSOCIATED PRESS

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