McGregor Scott

former US Attorney

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Former US Attorney for the Eastern District of California;  co-chair of the No on 34 campaign

McGregor Scott on KCRW

After the State Supreme Court had declared California's death penalty unconstitutional, it was reinstated by the voters who passed  Proposition 7  in 1978.

Prop. 34: The End of the Death Penalty Initiative

After the State Supreme Court had declared California's death penalty unconstitutional, it was reinstated by the voters who passed Proposition 7 in 1978.

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