A growing number of states and citizens are raising questions about the way the death penalty is carried out in this country. Diane and her guests talk about why this debate has returned to the national political scene.

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  • Eugene Methvin Contributing editor, Reader's Digest
  • William Broaddus Former acting attorney general for the state of Virginia
  • Beth Wilkinson Lawyer

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