Friday, January 26, 2007

Opposing the law

Two very interesting cases are highlighted on Jurist today:

In North Carolina, Gov. Mike Easley has been forced to postpone two death sentences because the state medical board passed a new policy banning doctors from participating in executions.

In Maine, the state legislature (both houses) has passed a joint resolution refusing to implement the Federally-mandated national Real ID. Apparently legislatures in a few other states are considering this, too.

Good for them.



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