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Topic - Amy Ralston
"Independence Day is coming," Amy Ralston noted. "And I think that would be the perfect time for President Bush to grant some more clemencies. I'll be watching the fireworks this Fourth and hope some of the women I left behind will have that same privilege."
"I only look at it one way," Mrs. Ralston said. "I want to know if he granted additional pardons for other people who are serving 20-to-life for minor drug crimes. I know so many who have had their petitions denied by the Bush administration, who are deserving."