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Most Democratic presidential candidates oppose death penalty; where does Biden stand?

ABA Journal Thursday, 20 June 2019
Democratic presidential candidates are mostly against the death penalty, including former prosecutors who are seeking the nomination.

At one time, opposition to capital punishment could…
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