Minnesota pardons bring 2nd chances, clear records
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — One man brought a former governor to vouch for him. Another cited his time on a Wisconsin city council as a testament to his life turnaround. A third, now a county probation officer, said his rebound from poor decisions makes him an example to parolees he currently counsels.
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