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Man Wrongfully Imprisoned For 31 Years Awarded $75 – Now He’s Fighting For Justice

December 22, 2016

He spent 31 years in a Tennessee prison for a crime he didn’t commit. Now he’s seeking justice and petitioning the state to compensate him in the amount of $1 million for the decades that have been stolen from him.…

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Over 40,000 Marylanders Just Won The Right To Vote, Thanks To Democratic Lawmakers

February 10, 2016

Nearly 44,000 Marylanders will vote in the 2016 election, thanks to a new felon voting rights law that narrowly escaped being signed away by GOP Gov. Larry Hogan’s veto pen, thanks to the state’s Democratic legislature. The Baltimore Sun reports Maryland’s House overrode Hogan’s veto in January,…

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Prison Release Of 6000 Inmates By DOJ A Good Start, But Still Isn’t Nearly Enough (VIDEO)

October 8, 2015

Other side of coin: prison release is less than one-third of one percent of 2.2 million  incarcerated. In an effort to reduce over-crowding in federal prisons, and address glaring disparities in drug sentencing over the last three decades, the Justice Department…

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