Minnesota gives criminals second chance
ST. PAUL -- Minnesotans convicted of crimes long ago, but who have turned their lives around, may get a new lease on life.
A bill Gov. Mark Dayton signed into law Wednesday gives judges more options to permanently seal records of reformed offenders.
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