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Death Penalty in New Hampshire

Jim Reams, a member of the Commission to Study the Death Penalty in New Hampshire, has this op-ed in the Concord Monitor rebutting an earlier article.  He notes that the cost argument is not as cut-and-dried as the anti side claims, because many of the costs are difficult to determine.  The claim that public support is declining is pure blather, as we have documented many times on this blog.

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