Suspending executions

By: - July 15, 2005 5:45 am

Some lawmakers want to study the capital punishment system without suspending executions. Does it make any sense if we suspect there are problems in the way we decide who is put to death that we keep executing people while we examine those problems?

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Chris Fitzsimon, Founder and Executive Director of N.C. Policy Watch, writes the Fitzsimon File, delivers a radio commentary broadcast on WRAL-FM and hosts "News and Views," a weekly radio news magazine that airs on multiple stations across North Carolina. [email protected] 919-861-2066