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January 28, 2007

What should Ohio's new governor do about the death penalty?

The question of this post is the question being asked by the Cincinnati Enquirer along with these three articles covering Ohio's developing death penalty debate:

Of course, the Ohio Death Penalty Information blog is the place to go for ... information about the death penalty in Ohio.

Some recent related posts:

UPDATE:  I see these notable article in other major national papers that perhaps can help Ohio Governor Ted Strickland understand the bizarre realities of the modern death penalty:

  • From the Los Angeles Times here, "Convict's slow road to death"
  • From the New York Times here, ""In the Penalty Phase, All One's Secrets Revealed"

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