NBC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 18, 1995
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(Washington: Pete Williams) The growing support on the state level for the death penalty examined; murder cases in Georgia and New Jersey cited as examples; map shown of states now having death penalty laws. [Georgia state representative Kip KLEIN - calls for a new bill.] [New York district attorney Robert JOHNSON, death penalty opponent Leigh DINGERSON - oppose capital punishment.] [Federal appeals court judge Alex KOZINSKI - says the number of crimes linked to the death penalty should be lowered.]
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