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Reasonable doubt

Governor Romney wants to create a foolproof 'scientific' death penalty. But it’s not clear if either side in the polarized debate really wants one.

By Drake Bennett
May 8, 2005

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A WEEK AND a half ago, attempting to bring back the death penalty in a state that abolished it in 1984, Governor Mitt Romney introduced what is widely agreed to be one of the most conscientious and strictly limited death penalty bills in history. (Full article: 1440 words)

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