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  • Today in the News: California’s death penalty ruled unconstitutional

  • California’s death penalty was declared unconstitutional today by a federal judge. The state has had a moratorium on the death penalty since 2006, and now Judge Cormac J. Carney declared it against the law.
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    California’s death penalty was declared unconstitutional today by a federal judge. The state has had a moratorium on the death penalty since 2006, and now Judge Cormac J. Carney declared it against the law.
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    "I was actually able to see some of the children in the buses. The fear on their faces. ... This is not compassion.” - Arizona Rep. Adam Kwasman, who was part of a protest against migrant children going to a shelter in Arizona. One problem though - the children he saw on the bus weren’t migrants, they were students headed to a YMCA camp. Oops.
    Hot video: Home torched by man trying to kill spider
    Seattle home is gutted by a fire because someone tried to kill a spider with fire. Oops again. 

     
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