California Death Penalty Foes Focus on Cost of ExecutionsMichael B. Marois
Advocates of a ballot measure to ban the death penalty in California are focusing their effort on a financial argument rather than just a moral one: that capital punishment has become too costly for the deficit-ridden state.
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