Bill to end death penalty advances

Legislation would transfer savings to aid in probes of unsolved killings

A plan to eliminate the death penalty in Colorado and transfer the savings toward a team that would investigate the state’s more than 1,400 unsolved murders, passed its first hurdle by…




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