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Why Three Counties That Loved the Death Penalty Have Almost Stopped Pursuing It: A closer look at get-tough DAs
Simone Seiver, August 12, 2015The numbers of executions speak to the power and influence of a handful of district attorneys in deciding who lives or dies.
Vesla M. Weaver, August 11, 2015Crime distribution by race hasn't changed much, but contact with the law has.
Eitan Hersh, August 11, 2015Based on the electorate’s prior behavior, campaigns can anticipate who will vote, but they have poor signals about where voters stand.
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