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  1. Rather than providing closure, death penalty adds more trauma for families of murder victims November 30, 2009

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  2. KCADP chair: Prosecutors chose ‘to put victims’ family members through 20 years of hell’ November 27, 2009

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  3. Kentucky Supreme Court rules lethal injection protocol not legal November 25, 2009

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  4. Kentucky writers urge moratorium on death penalty November 25, 2009

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  5. KCADP asks Gov. Steve Beshear to refuse to sign death warrants November 24, 2009

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  6. Prominent Kentucky attorneys asked Gov. Steve Beshear to halt executions on the same day Attorney General Jack Conway asked for three death warrants November 24, 2009

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  7. American Bar Association announces review of Kentucky’s death penalty system as Attorney General candidate Jack Conway requests three death warrants November 24, 2009

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  8. Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway requested three death warrants this morning November 23, 2009

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  9. Wendell Berry’s essay against the death penalty November 23, 2009

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  10. Archdiocese of Louisville’s newspaper reports on KCADP’s YouTube video testimonials November 20, 2009

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  11. ‘Death penalty has put the U.S. Constitution on a collision course with itself’ November 19, 2009

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  12. FBI: States without capital punishment generally had lower homicide rates than the states that execute November 19, 2009

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  13. Murder victim’s brother on the death penalty: ‘Violence begets more violence’ November 18, 2009

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  14. Louisville Judge Martin McDonald rules Kentucky man with IQ of 61 eligible for the death penalty November 18, 2009

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  15. New issue of Abolition Now! highlights death penalty in Kentucky November 18, 2009

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  16. Gov. Beshear: If Kentucky’s budget ‘faces tremendous challenges,’ why do we waste $8 million a year on the death penalty? November 17, 2009

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  17. Jobs and programs in attorney general’s office would benefit from savings realized by abolishing death penalty November 17, 2009

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  18. Courier-Journal’s editorial board: ‘Abandon capital punishment’ November 16, 2009

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  19. ‘Dead Man Walking’ author invites you to join her at NCADP’s 2010 annual conference in Louisville November 16, 2009

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  20. Letters to Courier-Journal: Kentucky’s death penalty is broken, costly, unnecessary, and bad for victims’ families November 14, 2009

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  21. Excessive cost leads Idaho, Mississippi prosecutors not to pursue the death penalty November 13, 2009

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  22. ‘Once you see the face and eyes of an innocent man who was sentenced to die, the image stays with you’ November 12, 2009

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  23. New testimonial to abolish the death penalty in Kentucky: ‘My taxes are paying for it’ November 11, 2009

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  24. D.C. Sniper Police Chief Moose on the death penalty: ‘If for some reason people decided we wouldn’t do that any more, it wouldn’t bother me’ November 10, 2009

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  25. Capital punishment adds to the pain of victims’ families in Kentucky November 10, 2009

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