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Editorial: Capital punishment is a national disgrace. The practice is fading, but not fast enough

The execution of Jose Antonio Jimenez in Florida late Thursday marked the 25th such killing this year, up two from last year. That makes 2018 the fourth year in a row in which fewer than 30 people were executed in the United States. That,

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