Illinois Governor Facing Pressure on Death Penalty

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Illinois Governor Rod R. Blagojevich took office two days after George Ryan, his predecessor, cleared death row in January 2003. After legislative reforms, lawmakers and prosecutors want Blagojevick to reinstate the death penalty, The New York Times reports. Death penalty opponents say the system, while improved, is not good enough to ensure that the state
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