Attempts to Amend O’Malley’s Death Penalty Bill Fail in Maryland Senate

Supporters of a bill to repeal Maryland’s death penalty turned back eight amendments in the Senate intended to create exceptions under which convicted killers could still be executed.
March 5, 2013
 

Supporters of a bill to repeal Maryland’s death penalty turned back eight amendments in the Senate intended to create exceptions under which convicted killers could still be executed.

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