Colo. may end death penalty to focus on cold cases
Published 05/03/2009, The Dickinson Press
DENVER (AP) — Colorado is one of 10 states that have considered abolishing the death penalty this year to save money, but Colorado's proposal has a twist: It would use the savings to investigate about 1,400 unsolved slayings.Word count: 743
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