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Virginia set to become 23rd state to abolish death penalty

Virginia set to become 23rd state to abolish death penalty

Virginia will likely become the 23rd state to abolish the death penalty. The development comes after the state House of Delegates passed legislation that would end capital punishment in the Commonwealth a day after the state Senate passed a similar bill. The governor has also said that he plans on signing the bill. Friday’s vote on the bill in the House of Delegates was 57-41.

Tom A
Tom A
Rocky
Rocky 2 weeks

Can they abolish the death penalty for babies please? I won't cheer for measures like this until babies are afforded the same rights that convicted murderers are privileged to enjoy.

Seekster
Seekster 2 weeks

Thats it Virginia you are out of the South. Go join Maryland you Yankee whinnies.

Big Peeper
Big Peeper 2 weeks

Law enforcement and the military kill people. The logic in removing the death penalty makes no sense otherwise

Cory
Cory 2 weeks

Mmm. Only after blocking it because "that would be giving trump a win". Get the hint, she doesn't care about the american people. Only power

David8029
David8029 2 weeks

This is awesome. Let's get the rest of them to do the same.

Morgan
Morgan 2 weeks

When about 1 out of 25 inmates on death row are probably innocent, this is absolutely necessary. https://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/letters/2019/03/25/approximately-percent-death-row-inmates-are-innocent/djgIYVENbZHMiGMGoXIKIK/story.html?outputType=amp

Beijing Binden
Beijing Binden 2 weeks

Pitiful how leftist can ruin every state they invade or infiltrate.

Big Peeper
Big Peeper 2 weeks

Through this logic, law enforcement and the military shouldn’t be killing people

karl
karl 2 weeks

All these so called conservatives are somehow forgetting thou shalt not kill.

Andrew Ainslie 🇨🇦
Andrew Ainslie 🇨🇦 2 weeks

I do agree with the death penalty not as a deterrent but as an effect tool to force a plea deal of life imprisonment with out any chance of parole for the accused. Doing this would cancel out any appeals and victims families would not have to relive the tragic events over and over. Just as long as the convict is never released and the sentence of life without parole is upheld.😅🇨🇦

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