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The Oregon Constitution, unlike the federal, actually does have a proportionality of punishment requirement in black and white. AP reports, "The Oregon Supreme Court ruled Thursday that more than six years in prison was too harsh a penalty for a young woman convicted of sex abuse for rubbing her breasts against a 13-year-old boy." The opinion is here. Doug Berman has this post at SL&P.

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