Over the weekend, two great letters to the editor about replacing the death penalty were printed in Kansas newspapers.
Sidney Brush, of Wichita, wrote to the Wichita Eagle about the high cost of the death penalty law that has been in effect for 17 years.
Click here to read Brush’s Letter to the Editor.
Kirby Hayes, of Lawrence, wrote to the Lawrence Journal World, calling for Kansans to work to replace the death penalty in order to protect families and prevent executions of innocent people.
Click here to read Hayes’ Letter to the Editor.