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Exoneree compensation bill fails to pass as Republicans object (access required)

The General Assembly failed to pass legislation that would streamline the process for the wrongfully convicted to receive compensation and other benefits, frustrating advocates who hoped that years of work would finally pay off. The bill, named after exoneree Walter Lomax, who served 39 years in prison for a murder he did not commit, died on ...

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