Today we’ll see whether Connecticut’s Senate finally decides to throw in the towel on the state’s disaster of a death penalty system.
Bryan Stevenson, executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative, reminded TED to talk abou
Over the years we have met many families whose loved ones were murdered. They have shared with us the wide range of reactions they get when people learn of their tragedy.
This in-depth article in the New York Times suggests that the Su
Late last night the Connecticut state senate voted 20-16 on legislation to end
The Connecticut Senate’s recent 20-16 vote to repeal the state’s death penalty has caught the attention of media sources around the nation.
The Connecticut State House voted 86-62 last night to end the death penalty!!!
Last night on MSNBC's Rachel Maddow Show, Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy said he is "proud" to be able to sign the bill to repeal the state's death penalty.
Last week, Connecticut’s legislature put their state on the path to becoming the fifth state in five years to put an end to the death penalty.
EJUSA has had the privilege of working with David Kaczynski for almost ten years as part of his work with New Yorkers for Alternatives to the Death Penalty.
April 22nd marks the 25th anniversary of the US Supreme Court's decision in McCleskey v. Kemp.
Yesterday kicked off the beginning of this year's National Crime Victims' Rights Week, with events taking place in communities all across the country.
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