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Frank Lucero, who has been legally blind since his left eye burst, cannot tolerate light and stays indoors except for brief outings around sunrise and sunset. Lucero, who is suing the state, uses a plastic ball to fill the void in his empty eye socket. <i>  Francine Orr /  <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id=" ORCRP00305312828" title="Los Angeles Times" href="/topic/arts-culture/mass-media/newspapers/los-angeles-times-ORCRP00305312828.topic">Los Angeles Times</a></i>
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Frank Lucero, who has been legally blind since his left eye burst, cannot tolerate light and stays indoors except for brief outings around sunrise and sunset. Lucero, who is suing the state, uses a plastic ball to fill the void in his empty eye socket. Francine Orr /  Los Angeles Times

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