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Grothman wants to boost conviction payout

8:13 PM, Sep. 30, 2013
Glenn Grothman
Glenn Grothman
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There aren't a lot of things that Democratic Sen. Lena Taylor of Milwaukee and Republican Sen. Glenn Grothman of West Bend agree on.

But they do see eye to eye on this: Robert Stinson of Milwaukee deserves a lot more money from the state for the 23 years he spent in prison for a murder he did not commit.

The two, along with Democratic Sen. Dave Hansen, are lead sponsors of a bill that would award Stinson, 49, an additional $90,000 on top of the normal maximum $25,000 payout for those wrongfully convicted in Wisconsin. ...

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