N.J. Governor Rejects Death Penalty Study

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New Jersey Gov. James McGreevey has vetoed a bill that would have created a 13-member commission to study the state’s death penalty law, says the Newark Star-Ledger. The panel would have drawn New Jersey into a campaign by death penalty opponents to persuade the 38 states that allow capital punishment to rethink the laws. “I
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