Oklahoma’s death penalty is a failed public policy


By Jacob Morgan - Guest columnist

Earlier this month, the Oklahoma Death Penalty Review Commission issued their findings after spending a year examining our capital punishment system. The Commission concluded that it is costly and dangerously administered, and therefore, executions should be halted for the time being. Given these findings and that 53% of Oklahomans favor death penalty alternatives, the time
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