For two years, an unlikely coalition has fought to repeal the death penalty. Now, their measure needs to pass the Senate.
Dale Wayne Eaton
Kimmell’s killer is guilty, but keeping capital punishment on its books is a waste of resources that could result in the execution of innocent people.
The argument that should end this practice in the U.S. is the finality of the punishment and the fact we know some men and women put to death were innocent.