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- Monitor Minute: April 17, 2014
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kronayne: Senate now in recess. I believe Sen. Prescott, R-Kingston, is the one vote we don't know right now.
kronayne: Scratch my last tweet: Odell is against the AMENDMENT. But says he is voting FOR repeal.
kronayne: State Supreme Court upheld Addison's capital murder conviction late last year, hasn't weighed in yet on sentence.
kronayne: Bradley is arguing that - no matter what amendment says - courts likely won't uphold Addison's death sentence if law is repealed.
kronayne: Sen. Bradley: "Retroactive use of the DP while it's prospectively being repealed will be an extraordinarily high hurdle to overcome."
kronayne: Sen. D'Allesandro, D-Manch, rises in opposition to death penalty repeal. He wears a pin with Briggs' badge number every day.
kronayne: Soucy: "This amendment makes it immensely clear that what has happened, the conviction, the sentence will remain in place."
kronayne: "I am struggling and have struggled with this decision like nothing else." - Sen. Soucy, D-Manch, says she met with Manchester PD recently
kronayne: As Lasky introduces amendment, Senate goes into 2 minute recess.
kronayne: Sen. Lasky "It's time for NH to join our 5 other New England states & every other civilized democracy to outlaw this barbaric practice."
JBlackmanCM: 28yo woman hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after single car accident in Concord last night, according to police department.
kronayne: "We're on pins and needles." -Arnie Alpert, spokesman of NH Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, outside of senate chambers
James Kramer and his son Hayzen Creedence, 5, peek outside one of the cars at the Merrimack Valley Railroad Station in Northfield on a pretend trip to Manchester on Tuesday evening, April 15, 2014. Kramer and his son were walking from their home in town to the recreational trail that starts near the historic freight station, stopping to look at flowers, birds and play makr believe. Hayzen loves trains and engines and they station is a frequent stop on their adventures. "I try to make the best out of these days," Kramer said of the drizzly days.
Jimmy Bowie, 6, rides his trick bike in the driveway of his house in Franklin as his next-door neighbor Timmy Casey, 11, rakes leaves on Tuesday, April 15, 2014. After Timmy finished, he planned on seeing if other neighbors would also pay him to rake their leaves. (ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff)
A Boston Marathon competitor and Boston police run from the area of an explosion near the finish line in Boston, Monday, April 15, 2013. (AP Photo/MetroWest Daily News, Ken McGagh) MANDATORY CREDIT
From left: Brooklyn Wright, 4, Lucas St. John, 3, and Darien Milioto, 6, climb on a log at the pond in their neighborhood near Concord on the warmest day of the year so far on Friday, April 11, 2014. (ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff)
Zoe Crumrine, 3, waves her palm as the St. Paul's choir sings the closing hymn during the Palm Sunday service Sunday, April 13, 2014. Zoe's grandmother Edie Perkins sings in the choir. Palm Sunday is the start of Holy Week in the Christian calendar. (Geoff Forester/ Monitor staff)