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Mike Pence refuses to pardon Indiana man for crime he did not commit

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence will likely face some tough questions Tuesday night at the vice presidential debate over his refusal to clear the criminal record of a man who was sentenced to 40 years in prison before being freed for a crime he did not commit. The Republican nominee has thus far refused to...
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