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Illinois Looks To Abolish Capital Punishment

Another state is close to abolishing capital punishment.

The Illinois House has approved the legislation meant to halt state-sponsored executions.

The bill now moves to the Senate, where the Senate president says he supports the proposal and hopes it passes.

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