Thursday, March 10, 2011

Death Penalty 

The State of Illinois has abolished the death penalty. The General Assembly had passed the bill in January, but it needed the Governor's signature to become law. According to Gov. Quinn, interviewed on the local NPR station, one of the most powerful arguments for his decision was the fact that it's not possible to create a perfect, mistake-free death penalty system.
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