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Death Penalty

While governors and state governments wrestle with perceived unfairness in capital punishment cases, recent court decisions have limited protections for death row defendants. Host Tavis Smiley talks about them with Diann Rust Tierney, director of the Capital Punishment Project of the American Civil Liberties Union, and Joshua Marquis , a Oregon prosecutor and death penalty advocate.

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