28 U.S. Executions This Year, Lowest Total Since The Early 1970s

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The number of people executed in the U.S. this year dropped to the lowest level since 1991, as states impose fewer death sentences and defendants in capital cases get access to better legal help, reports the Associated Press. The Death Penalty Information Center, a nonprofit organization that opposes capital punishment, said 28 inmates were executed
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