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Lawmakers OK bill to compensate wrongly imprisoned

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland lawmakers have approved legislation to change how the state compensates people who have been wrongly imprisoned for crimes they didn't commit. The House of Delegates gave the measure final approval Tuesday, sending the bill to Gov. Larry Hogan. The measure sets a standard process for compensation. The bill repeals current state law ...

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