Abandoning a long-held position, Dianne Feinstein says she now opposes the death penalty

Abandoning a long-held position, Dianne Feinstein says she now opposes the death penalty

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"It has now become clear to me that the death penalty is being applied inconsistently," the letter states. "There is more and more evidence that innocent people have been put to death and that the death penalty is applied arbitrarily or discriminatorily on the basis of race, gender, and geography."

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