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kronayne: Rep. Vaillancourt introduces amendment that would make repeal bill retroactive. In other words, take Michael Addison off death row.
kronayne: Rep. Cushing, whose father was murdered in 1988: "If we let those who kill turn us into killers, then evil triumphs."
kronayne: Cushing, bill's prime sponsor: "This is a really difficult conversation, it's as difficult as any of the ones that we will have."
kronayne: Murphy: "The truth is that obtaining a death sentence here is so difficult that it rules out the possibility of a mistaken execution."
kronayne: Rep. Keith Murphy, R-Bedford, proposes amendment to expand death penalty to murderers of children under age 12.
kronayne: As much as I hate rain I would much prefer what's happening outside to continue if it means we don't get another snow storm.
The Concord Monitor: The Bow Town Meeting will be held Thursday, March 13 at 7 p.m. at the Bow High School Auditorium. The meeting had previously been scheduled for this evening. Voters will consider proposals to fix the outdated fire station, an operating budget, and money for study to look at options for the community center.
NHDOTI89: NH TRAFFIC ALERT: In Springfield all lanes are open on I-89 at mile marker 40.0
nhdoti93: Accident. New Hampton on I-93 southbound at Mile Marker 71, has been cleared, please drive safely.
NHDOTI89: NH TRAFFIC ALERT: In Springfield there is an accident on I-89 NB at MM 40.0
nhdoti93: NH TRAFFIC ALERT: ACCIDENT, New Hampton, I-93 Southbound in the area of Mile Marker 71, use caution.
kronayne: Looks like House won't be getting to death penalty repeal or minimum wage bills until after lunch. Casinos probably not until tomorrow.
kronayne: 1.5 hours into the session and the House is only on third scheduled bill. It's going to be a long day.
Tim and Tina Roe pictured at their camp in Henniker on Friday, March 7, 2014. Tina, her husband Tim, and their three sons, Vincent, Logan and Cody, now 22, 21 and 19 moved into the camp six years ago. The three boys have since moved out. They were originally only going to stay for one summer, but the financial situation has prevented them from leaving. (ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff)
Sherry Spurr, owner of Fabulous Looks Boutique in Concord, puts out a mannequin for display on Monday, March 10, 2014. Warmer temperatures will stay in the area until midweek. A winter storm is expected to bring 8-12 inches between Wednesday and Thursday. (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
Lorrie Carey picks flowers from the cooler for bouquets she was making for the Concord Coop at Marshall's Flowers and Gifts, which she owns, in Boscawen on Monday, March 3, 2014. (ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff)
Potholes line Hoit Road in Concord between Mountain Road and Interstate 93. (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
Barry Blair, who was on his lunch break from work at a downtown bank, receives a blessing and ashes on his forehead from Jason Wells, rector of Grace Church in East Concord on Wednesday afternoon, March 5, 2014. In recognition of Ash Wednesday and the start of Lent, the Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire were in front of the State House offering "Ashes to go," to those who could not make it to a service. (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)