Death Row Retardation Issues Debated In States

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Nearly two years after the U.S. Supreme Court banned the execution of the mentally retarded, citing the nation’s “evolving standards of decency,” states are coping with the definition of mental retardation, says the Christian Science Monitor. Some state legislators have provided a definition; elsewhere courts have. Many states rely on old, inconsistent methods. That keeps
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