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May 4, 2005

Capital punishment in theory and practice

A number of interesting death penalty items around the blogshpere merit a quick spotlight:

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To clarify, the Texas bill is not dead, and it still contains provisions some advocates have objected to, but the opt-in trigger to AEDPA's fast track was removed.

Posted by: Scott | May 4, 2005 7:04:43 PM

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