Cuomo Will Pardon Thousands Convicted Of Nonviolent Crimes As Teens

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he will pardon thousands of people who were convicted of nonviolent crimes as teenagers but have since led law-abiding lives, the New York Times reports. Envisioned as a way to remove barriers to employment, housing and other services, the pardons would be available to anyone who was found guilty
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