The legislative session was memorable for what didn’t happen, Drake writes: No action on school finance, Medicaid expansion, new revenues.
House, Senate diverge on education cuts. Medicaid expansion advances while death penalty repeal fails to get the vote, and energy transition measure raises eyebrows.
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.
Cheyenne Diocese reminds public and politicians to reconsider policies that are ‘blind to human dignity’ in upcoming session.
Citing odd Old Testament passages to support the death penalty neglects and denies the salvific Gospel message of Christ, argues Father Christopher Xanthos.