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In this photo provided by the Illinois Information Service, Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn signs legislation to abolish the state's death penalty Wednesday, March 9, 2011 at his office in Springfield, Ill. Quinn's signing came more than a decade after the state imposed a moratorium on executions out of concern that innocent people could be put to death by a justice system that had wrongly condemned 13 men. (AP Photo/Illinois Information Service, Randy Squires)

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In this photo provided by the Illinois Information Service, Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn signs legislation to abolish the state's death penalty Wednesday, March 9, 2011 at his office in Springfield, Ill. Quinn's signing came more than a decade after the state imposed a moratorium on executions out of concern that innocent people could be put to death by a justice system that had wrongly condemned 13 men. (AP Photo/Illinois Information Service, Randy Squires)
In this photo provided by the Illinois Information Service, Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn signs legislation to abolish the state's death penalty Wednesday, March 9, 2011 at his office in Springfield, Ill. Quinn's signing came more than a decade after the state imposed a moratorium on executions out of concern that innocent people could be put to death by a justice system that had wrongly condemned 13 men.
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