CA, With 749 On Death Row, Has New Plan To Resume Executions

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California has not executed any prisoners since 2006, but with 749 on death row, the state has the nation’s most convicts in limbo. A new proposal could restart the state’s capital punishment, says the Christian Science Monitor. For nearly ten years, California has refrained from lethal injection after a federal judge banned three-drug executions, ruling
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