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Clemency board at risk of lawsuit for unfulfilled obligation, seeks additional funding

The Arizona Board of Executive Clemency is requesting about $34,000 to fund a part-time position needed to conduct probable cause hearings – an obligation the board has not fulfilled since funding was cut in 2010.

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