Michael Hanline set a record yesterday when he was released in Ventura after 36 years in state prison. That’s the longest anyone has served in California for a wrongful conviction. We hear why he’s still not entirely free, and talk with a Bakersfield bus driver who spent 20 years behind bars for a murder he did not commit. Also, Sacramento and Washington plan wind farms and giant solar arrays on some two million acres of Southern California. That’s pitting progressive energy goals against people who live in the desert.
Photo: Michael Hanline (L) with attorney Alex Simpson (California Innocence Project)