A California measure that aims to expedite long-delayed executions in the state has passed, the Sacramento Bee reports. The Associated Press last night projected victory for Proposition 66, which implements strict timelines for inmate appeals to death sentences and removes an administrative barrier to resuming executions. The measure led by more than 250,000 votes, or 51 percent to 49 percent, after two weeks of . . .
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