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Racial bias in the Rodney Reed case underscores why the death...

On Wednesday, Nov 20, an innocent man will be killed. When Stacey Stiles’ body was found in Texas, police initially suspected her fiance, former...

Away with the death penalty, let prisoners sweat for salvation

  California hasn’t executed anyone in nine years and a certain pro-death penalty group has waited long enough. They recently proposed a ballot extending prison...

Proposition 47 and the reduction of prison populations

Californian midterm elections are almost here, and when heading to the booth on Nov. 4, a ballot to keep in mind is Proposition 47....

Death through justice or death to our pocketbooks?

It was July 20, 2012: the opening night of the world-renowned film “The Dark Knight Rises.” An event that should have been a fun-filled...

Editorial: Prop 34 – Repeal the death penalty

Our justice system isn’t infallible. Since 1973, 140 people have been found innocent and released from death rows in 26 states. Nationally, at least...

Death on the November ballot

In November, California voters will consider a ballot measure titled the “Savings, Accountability, and Full Enforcement for California Act,” also referred to as the...

Ban on death penalty qualifies for Nov. ballot

A measure that would replace capital punishment with a life sentence without the possibility of parole has qualified for California’s November ballot. The growing...