With no executions in nearly a decade and newly condemned men arriving each month, California's death row, the nation's largest, has run out of room, reports the Los Angeles Times. Warning that there is little time to lose, Gov. Jerry Brown is asking the legislature for $3.2 million to open nearly 100 more death row cells at San Quentin State Prison. The expansion would take advantage of cells made available as the state releases low-level drug offenders and thieves under a new law voters approved last year.
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