Good Call

This is a good proposal.

Georgia’s 49 district attorneys would be able to pursue sentences of life without parole against murderers who have not been convicted of a previous violent felony without seeking the death penalty under a bill that passed the Senate Tuesday.

The chamber approved Senate Bill 145 by a vote of 49-3. The measure now heads to the House for consideration.


  1. Rick Day says:

    from an economic standpoint, I support this. Its far cheaper to house them for life than pay for the endless appeals fo the DP process.

    Plus killing people ain’t right. I don’t care what your bible says.

  2. Nicki says:

    Let me wave my freak flag here. As far as I’m concerned, either people are rehabilitable or they’re not. If they’re not, they should be executed, and if they are they should work toward rejoining society. A bill like this isn’t compatible with my beliefs and therefore I don’t support it.

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