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Wrongly Imprisoned: Lawmakers Weigh How Much To Pay

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"The money is just a number. What I really want is my life back," says 38-year-old Michael Hansen at his tattoo shop, Kinship Collective Tattoo, in Northfield. Hansen is one of the first people under a new Minnesota exoneration law to qualify for financial compensation for time spent locked up.
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“The money is just a number. What I really want is my life back,” says 38-year-old Michael Hansen at his tattoo shop, Kinship Collective Tattoo, in Northfield. Hansen is one of the first people under a new Minnesota exoneration law to qualify for financial compensation for time spent locked up. Richard Marshall for MPR News
Michael Hansen vividly remembers the day police surrounded his workplace and led him away in handcuffs amid a shocking allegation — that he’d killed his infant daughter.

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