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Death penalty issues bounce back to judge 

Gov. Mike Easley presided over Tuesday's Council of State meeting, where state leaders voted to approve a revised execution protocol, thus sending it back to the courts for further review. "I think it will be quite some time before it's resolved," he said.

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Image Archives: Stories: Jenny Warburg

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