OK Panel Urges Dozens of Fixes in Death Penalty System

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A bipartisan private commission is calling for a court-ordered stay on executions in Oklahoma to remain in effect until “significant reforms” are accomplished, citing concerns about resources available to those facing death sentences and the faulty application of execution procedures, the Tulsa World reports. The Oklahoma Death Penalty Review Commission released its findings yesterday . . .

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