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  1. Gov. Beshear ignores an obvious solution–abolish the death penalty–to reducing Ky.’s soaring prison costs August 20, 2010

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  2. Is Kentucky’s death penalty becoming an issue in U.S. Senate race? August 16, 2010

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  3. Judiciary Committee hears testimony on ending the death penalty for the severely mentally ill August 12, 2010

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  4. Kentucky Supreme Court rules death penalty violates inmate’s constitutional rights; more evidence that the system is broken June 18, 2010

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  5. Courier-Journal: Kentucky inmates challenge new execution method ‎ May 12, 2010

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  6. News roundup of Friday’s Kentucky Department of Corrections’ one-day hearing on its lethal injection and electrocution protocol February 1, 2010

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  7. Kentucky’s execution protocol needs more transparency January 31, 2010

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  8. ‘Kentucky lethal injection protocol vague, experts say’ January 30, 2010

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  9. 372 people attend NCADP 2010 Annual Conference in Louisville last weekend January 20, 2010

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  10. Courier-Journal supports Kentucky Supreme Court’s decision, which put brakes on AG Conway’s apparent ‘rush to carrying out death sentences’ December 4, 2009

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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  21. Gov. Steve Beshear, no, the death penalty does not make the public safer November 9, 2009

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  22. Courier-Journal: Kentucky’s costly death penalty system is too broken to fix, leading more death row inmates to die of natural causes than execution November 8, 2009

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  23. Kentucky, U.S. leader in child abuse and death by neglect, should repeal death penalty and use savings to project children October 23, 2009

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  24. Kentucky wrongly jails innocent man for nine years; can the commonwealth be trusted with the death penalty? October 14, 2009

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