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#EDITORIAL: Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Should Not Get Death Penalty

#EDITORIAL: Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Should Not Get Death Penalty

The LA Times has written a forceful editorial stating that Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev should not be given the death penalty. Read More navigateright

#NEWS: How the Case Against Anthony Ray Hinton Unraveled

#NEWS: How the Case Against Anthony Ray Hinton Unraveled

On Thursday, 2 April 2015, Anthony Ray Hinton, who spent almost 30 years on death row in Alabama for the 1985 murders of two men, was exonerated and freed. The Washington Post shares how the case against him fell apart. Read More navigateright

#NEWS: Delaware Senate Passes Repeal Bill

#NEWS: Delaware Senate Passes Repeal Bill

On Thursday, 2 April 2015, the Delaware Senate passed a bill to repeal the death penalty in the state. Read More navigateright

The Supreme Court and the Death Penalty

The Supreme Court and the Death Penalty

1998 Pulitzer Prize winner Linda Greenhouse has written a compelling op-ed in the New York Times today on the Supreme Court's inconsistent and often bewildering approach to death penalty cases. Read More navigateright

#NEWS: The American Pharmacists Association Votes to Oppose Participation in Executions

#NEWS: The American Pharmacists Association Votes to Oppose Participation in Executions

Earlier this week, the American Pharmacists Association voted to discourage pharmacists from participating in executions. They joined the International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists which adopted a similar resolution last week. Read More navigateright

“We’re seeing it among Evangelicals”: How death penalty politics radically, shockingly changed

“We’re seeing it among Evangelicals”: How death penalty politics radically, shockingly changed

NCADP Executive Director, Diann Rust-Tierney speaks with reporter Elias Isquith of Salon magazine about the current state of the ‪death penalty‬ in the U.S. and the goals of the 90 Million Strong Campaign. Read More navigateright

#NEWS: Lead Prosecutor in Glenn Ford Case Apologizes and Calls for Abolition of Death Penalty

#NEWS: Lead Prosecutor in Glenn Ford Case Apologizes and Calls for Abolition of Death Penalty

Attorney A.M. "Marty" Stroud III, of Shreveport, the lead prosecutor in the Glenn Ford case, gives a heart felt apology and calls for the death penalty to be abolished. Read More navigateright

#NEWS: Catholic Publications Pen Joint Editorial Calling for an End to the Death Penalty

#NEWS: Catholic Publications Pen Joint Editorial Calling for an End to the Death Penalty

Four editorial boards have written a joint editorial calling for an end to the death penalty. Read More navigateright

An Anniversary of Our Evolving Standards of Decency

An Anniversary of Our Evolving Standards of Decency

We have a new opportunity to craft a better vision -- one that reflects the strengths of our diverse backgrounds and life experiences. Read More navigateright

#EXCLUSIVE: Reporter Bailey Elise McBride is Shining A Spotlight on the Death Penalty

#EXCLUSIVE: Reporter Bailey Elise McBride is Shining A Spotlight on the Death Penalty

Reporter Bailey Elise McBride shares why she is against the death penalty and is partnering with the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty. Read More navigateright

#90mStrong Monday: “...I learned that everyone is made in the image of  God.”

#90mStrong Monday: “...I learned that everyone is made in the image of God.”

To kick of Women's History Month, check out why NCADP Executive Director Diann Rust-Tierney is part of #90mStrong against the death penalty. Read More navigateright

#NEWS: Virginia House Rejects Lethal Injection Secrecy Bill

#NEWS: Virginia House Rejects Lethal Injection Secrecy Bill

The Virginia House of Delegates rejected a measure to pass a lethal injection secrecy bill. Read More navigateright

#NEWS: Texas Appeals Court Grants Stay of Execution for ‪Rodney Reed

#NEWS: Texas Appeals Court Grants Stay of Execution for ‪Rodney Reed

On Monday night, Texas granted a stay of execution for Rodney Reed,just 10 days before his scheduled March 5th execution. Read More navigateright

The Cloak and Daggers of Lethal Injection

The Cloak and Daggers of Lethal Injection

On Tuesday, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder called for a national moratorium on executions while the Supreme Court revisits lethal injection...He is absolutely right. We need to go further. It's time to stop executions once and for all.  Read More navigateright

#NEWS: Akorn Pharmaceuticals Bans Use of Midazolam For Executions

#NEWS: Akorn Pharmaceuticals Bans Use of Midazolam For Executions

Akorn has issued a statement that it will no longer sell the sedative midazolam to prisons in an effort to keep the drug from being used in lethal injections. Read More navigateright

#NEWS: Florida Supreme Court Stays Execution of Jerry Correll

#NEWS: Florida Supreme Court Stays Execution of Jerry Correll

The Florida Supreme Court granted a stay of execution on Tuesday to Jerry Correll pending the U.S. Supreme Court review of the use of midazolam as a lethal injection drug. Read More navigateright

#NEWS: Gov. Tom Wolf Announces PA Moratorium on Death Penalty

#NEWS: Gov. Tom Wolf Announces PA Moratorium on Death Penalty

Governor Tom Wolf has issued a moratorium on the death penalty in Pennsylvania. Read More navigateright

#90mStrong Monday: “I believe the death penalty is immoral.”

#90mStrong Monday: “I believe the death penalty is immoral.”

I believe the death penalty is immoral. It says that society can kill a person to prove that for them to have killed someone is wrong. That makes no sense to me. Read More navigateright

Inconsistency at the Supreme Court

Inconsistency at the Supreme Court

As executions decline, who is actually being executed - the worst of the worst criminals? Far from it. In fact, instead of the worst of the worst, you could say it's often the least culpable; people with Intellectual Disabilities and severe mental illness. Read More navigateright

American Bar Association Urges “judicial remedy for challenging an execution as wrongful.”

American Bar Association Urges “judicial remedy for challenging an execution as wrongful.”

The ABA recently released a resolution advocating for legislation to facilitate posthumous innocence investigations and allow the loved ones of wrongfully executed people to receive compensation. Read More navigateright

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