Governor Jared Polis on March 23, 2020, signed the legislation which ended the Colorado death penalty. They became the twenty-second abolitionist state overall and the tenth to end the death penalty since 2007.
credit: Death Penalty Information Center
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Across the United States, the death penalty continues to fall out of favor with Americans in general and with juries.
A majority of Americans choose life!
Since 1985 the Gallup poll has asked a question about whether the death penalty or life in prison without parole “is the better penalty for … [Read More...]
Just 60 days into his tenure as governor of Kansas, John Carlin was forced to confront the death penalty head-on. While he had promised not to oppose its reinstatement during his campaign, he admitted that, like many, he hadn't thought very deeply about the death penalty at that point.
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The following persons comprise the nominee slate to be presented to the KCADP Annual Meeting on November 2nd in Manhattan. All nominations are for two years.
Chair: Donna SchneweisSecretary: Meryl Carver-Allmond
Directors: Sr. Therese Bangert, Al Terwelp, Rev. Michael Poage, Diane Garlock, … [Read More...]