Ma. Capital Punishment Proposal Cites Five Reforms

A Massachusetts governor’s panel has suggested a capital punishment system “as narrowly tailored, and as infallible, as humanly possible.” The group hopes it will be adopted as a model by the federal government, the military, and 38 states that now practice capital punishment, many of which are reconsidering their laws, reports the Christian Science Monitor.
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