McGinn to discuss dying penalty’s prices – News – The Hutchinson News usa local information
McPHERSON – State Sen. Carolyn McGinn, R-Sedgwick, will talk at the prices related to having a state dying penalty on the Kansas Coalition Against the Death Penalty’s Annual Abolition Conference and Annual Meeting.
The tournament will get started at 1 p.m. Oct. 21 at Church of the Brethren, McPherson. The convention is loose and open to the general public. On-site registration will get started at 12:30 p.m.
Celeste Dixon, whose mom was once a sufferer of homicide, and Roger Werholtz, retired Secretary of Corrections in Kansas, additionally will talk on the tournament.
Kansas reinstated the dying penalty in 1994. The state has now not achieved an inmate since 1965.
“When resources are so scarce, I would encourage you not to throw more away on such a wasteful policy,” Werholtz stated within the press liberate.