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Mike Farrell

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Actor and anti-death penalty activist, he is president of Death Penalty Focus; author of Just Call Me Mike: My Journey from Actor to Activist

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Propositions 62 and 66 deal with the death penalty.  Proposition 62  would repeal the death penalty in California.

Props 62 and 66: Death penalty

Propositions 62 and 66 deal with the death penalty. Proposition 62 would repeal the death penalty in California.

from Olney in L.A.

Robert Scheer sits down with actor and activist Mike Farrell to discuss his involvement in the anti death penalty movement.

Mike Farrell: Putting an end to the death penalty

Robert Scheer sits down with actor and activist Mike Farrell to discuss his involvement in the anti death penalty movement.

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Yesterday Democratic Governor Pat Quinn made Illinois the sixteenth state  without capital punishment .

Will Illinois' Direction on the Death Penalty Impact California?

Yesterday Democratic Governor Pat Quinn made Illinois the sixteenth state without capital punishment .

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