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(RNS) Though states put the same number of people to death this year as last, an anti-death penalty group says several other indicators show capital punishment is on the wane. By Lauren Markoe.

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  1. another horribly slanted misleading article…no mention of Delaware or Montana carrying out executions…a first in YEARS. OH will be executing almost one a month and FL will be executing more and even Yes CA will start executing again in 2013. Always quoting the rabid anti-dp creatins…what a joke.

  2. Kudos to the Catholic Church for opposing the death penalty. A number of other denominations also have a strong record of opposing the death penalty. Could this fact not have been acknowledged?

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