People face many challenges after incarceration — from getting healthcare to reconnecting with family. But even for those who have been wrongfully convicted and then freed — those same challenges exist. Ricky Kidd’s experience is one such example. Amna Nawaz and producer Frank Carlson report on the issue as part of our series, Searching for Justice.
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