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  • Conservatives oppose on death penalty

    A group of North Carolina conservatives hold a press conference Sept. 22, 2015 to speak in opposition to the death penalty and call for repeal.

A group of North Carolina conservatives hold a press conference Sept. 22, 2015 to speak in opposition to the death penalty and call for repeal. Benjamin Brown bbrown@newsobserver.com
A group of North Carolina conservatives hold a press conference Sept. 22, 2015 to speak in opposition to the death penalty and call for repeal. Benjamin Brown bbrown@newsobserver.com
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Conservative NC lawmaker argues against death penalty

September 22, 2015 11:19 AM

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