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New Hampshire lawmakers vote to abolish death penalty (CNS)

Catholic Culture Monday, 15 April 2019
New Hampshire’s state legislature has voted to repeal the death penalty. Although Governor Chris Sununu has said he will veto the bill, the legislation passed in both houses by margins sufficient to override a veto.
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