Ca. Insurer Bankrolls 3-Strikes Reform For Son

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Jerry Keenan, a Sacramento insurance company owner, has spent $1.56 million to push a ballot initiative that would change California’s three-strikes sentencing law. The Los Angeles Times says the measure could free his son from Folsom prison, where he is serving eight years for a drunk-driving crash that killed two passengers. The initiative is likely
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