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The full Nebraska parole board appears at less than half of hearings. When members miss votes, fewer get paroled.

This story was originally published in the Flatwater Free Press. It was Josh Carse’s big day. He awoke before sunrise on March 19, 2021, and donned his khaki prison uniform, ready to learn if he could leave the Community Corrections Center in Lincoln. His fate, like more than a thousand prisoners each year, awaited the […]