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Monday, January 18, 2010

Kan. legislators "reviewing" death penalty

Kansas hasn't executed anybody since capital punishment was reinstated in 1994, and there's no chance that legislators are going to do away with it. But the state's Senate Judiciary Committee is still planing to hold hearings on whether the death penalty is cost-effective.


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