CA Could Pass Two Opposing Death-Penalty Measures

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California voters could vote for two diametrically opposed death penalty measures on next Tuesday's ballots. If they choose both, one might just pass. If both pass, the one with the most votes would become law. Either of them passing would be a lot better than if neither did, writes columnist George Skelton in the Los Angeles Times. One would end California . . .

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