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September 25, 2000 | DAN MORAIN and JENIFER WARREN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
For the first time since taking office, Gov. Gray Davis has authorized parole for a convicted murderer, deciding that a San Bernardino woman was battered by an ex-boyfriend and feared for her life when she killed him in 1986, Davis' office said Sunday. Davis previously had vowed that he would not free people convicted of murder for any reason.
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September 25, 2000 | DAN MORAIN and JENIFER WARREN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
For the first time since taking office, Gov. Gray Davis has authorized parole for a convicted murderer, deciding that a San Bernardino woman was battered by an ex-boyfriend and feared for her life when she killed him in 1986, Davis' office said Sunday. Davis previously had vowed that he would not free people convicted of murder for any reason.
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March 8, 1991 | KIRSTEN A. CONOVER
"One day at a time" says a little sign in the living room here at Our New Beginnings. This huge Victorian house with purple trim on Hoyt Street in Portland, Ore., is home to 27 women, some of whom have never had a home before. They are ex-offenders trying to turn their lives around. "Our New Beginnings meant life for me rather than living death," says Rosemary Popp, a former resident who is now a case manager on ONB's staff.
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March 8, 1991 | KIRSTEN A. CONOVER
"One day at a time" says a little sign in the living room here at Our New Beginnings. This huge Victorian house with purple trim on Hoyt Street in Portland, Ore., is home to 27 women, some of whom have never had a home before. They are ex-offenders trying to turn their lives around. "Our New Beginnings meant life for me rather than living death," says Rosemary Popp, a former resident who is now a case manager on ONB's staff.
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