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Opponents try new tactic to fight death penalty in California

Opponents of a voter-approved measure to speed up executions in California asked the state Supreme Court on Friday to reconsider its ruling upholding the law. The high court’s decision unconstitutionally delegated power to the judicial branch and failed to consider whether the measure could survive...
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