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Conn. on track to be 17th state sans death penalty




April 05, 2012

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Conn. on track to be 17th state sans death penalty
Conn. on track to be 17th state sans death penalty The Connecticut Senate voted Thursday to abolish the death penalty in a state that has executed only one prisoner in a half-century and is now on track to join a national trend away from capital punishment. Read the full story for more information.

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