Ending Excessive Punishment in the US

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Call Speaker Ray Merrick Now!

Dear Friend,

In the first week of session, we saw Rep. Steven Becker and 16 other House Members introduce HB 2515, a bill to end the death penalty in Kansas. Last week, we saw those legislators, joined by Floyd Bledsoe and community leaders from across the state hold a press conference calling attention to HB 2515 and showing their support for ending the death penalty THIS YEAR!

 

This week it’s on us! We have to call Speaker Merrick’s office and strongly request he reassign HB 2515 to a committee that will let it be heard — specifically the Corrections and Juvenile Justice Committee. It is important that important public policy issues like the death penalty are fairly debated and discussed by the legislature. Without all of us reaching out and telling Speaker Merrick to do the right thing, we will not see repeal in 2016! Call him today! Call him tomorrow! Call him everyday until he let’s abolition get a fair hearing!

 

Speaker Ray Merrick Capitol Office – Phone: 785-296-2302; Email: raydotmerrickathousedotksdotgov

Home: 6874 W. 164th Terr., Stilwell, KS 66085 Phone: 913-897-4014; Email:merrickrfatsbcglobaldotnet

 

Thank you for your support!! Your KCADP Team

Bill Sponsors Press Conference

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Kansas Repeal Bill is HOUSE BILL No. 2515

HOUSE BILL No. 2515 will abolish the death penalty in Kansas and replace it with life in prison without the possibility of parole. Please mention the Bill number 2515, when you contact your legislators urging them to vote “Yes” for repeal. Click here to read the bill. Share this information with your friends and spread the…

Happy Holidays!

Dear Friends, During this holiday season, we send you this message of thanks and cheer. Your gifts of your time, your devotion and commitment and your financial support have made a real difference in our push to repeal the death penalty. As you draw near to friends and family, as you reflect on holidays past…