Ill. GOP Wants Executions Back After Reforms Pass

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Illinois’s landmark death penalty reforms became law yesterday when legislators agreed on a compromise with Gov. Rod Blagojevich involving discipline for police who lie on the witness stand. The Chicago Tribune says the deal caps years of uproar over the state’s capital punishment system that resulted in 17 men being released from death row and
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