Executing the Death Penalty 

Prop 34 would save California about $180 million a year, and would eliminate the possibility of putting innocent inmates to death.

Over the past decade, the death penalty has grown increasingly unpopular. In 2011, 43 inmates were executed nationwide. In 1999, Texas alone executed more than twice that number. And many states, including Connecticut, New Mexico, Illinois, and New Jersey, have recently abolished…

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