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California voters retain death penalty despite costs

from The Associated Press via Police One

California voters have decided to retain the death penalty for the state's worst criminals, rejecting the argument that too few death row inmates are executed to justify the cost. Nearly complete returns showed Proposition 34 defeated with 52 percent voting against it. The initiative asked voters to repeal capital punishment in the state with the nation's largest death row, with 726 inmates awaiting execution. more


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