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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Bradley is arguing that - no matter what amendment says - courts likely won't uphold Addison's death sentence if law is repealed.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 Bradley: "Retroactive use of the DP while it's prospectively being repealed will be an extraordinarily high hurdle to overcome."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