The agency said it would undertake the study in response to articles  published by ProPublica and The Washington Post in December that found white applicants were nearly four times  as likely to be pardoned as minorities. African American applicants fared the worst: Just 7 of 189 people pardoned  by President George W. Bush were African American. So far, President Obama has pardoned 22 people, including 2 minorities.
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The U.S. Department of Justice has issued a request for proposals for its first-ever in-depth study of presidential pardons , providing fresh details on what it envisions the review will entail.
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