Few Convicts Pardoned By Last Two Colo. Governors

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Colorado governor Bill Owens is stingy in granting pardons and commutations, as was his predecessor, Roy Romer, reports the Denver Post. Since 1963, Colorado’s chief executives have granted an annual average of 29 pardons and commutations of sentence for Colorado inmates. Between 1966 and 1986, they averaged 53 a year. Owens has granted commutation, or
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