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Taped confessions to be law ; State will be 1st to pass legislation
[Chicago Final Edition]
Chicago Tribune - Chicago, Ill.
Subjects: State laws; Confessions; Audio recordings; Murders & murder attempts
Author: Rick Pearson, Tribune political reporter
Date: Jul 17, 2003
Start Page: 1
Section: Metro
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[Rod Blagojevich] has previously said he would maintain the moratorium on capital punishment imposed by his predecessor, George Ryan, in 2000. In one of his final acts as governor in January, Ryan commuted the death sentences of 164 people on Death Row, meaning Blagojevich would be unlikely to face a decision on executions anytime soon.

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