CPR

CPR

Sabrina Butler-Smith, right, talking to attendees of a panel held at the University of Washington School of Law on October 5. This Witness to Innocence panel provided an outlet for Butler-Smith and Randal Padgett to share their stories about being innocent and sentenced to death and to voice their opposition to the death penalty. (Photo by Lyndsey Brollini)
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Seventeen. That is how old she was when her nine-month-old son died. That same day she was arrested for child abuse and the murder of her son. ...
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Politics
Nearly 800,000 children brought to this country by their parents – called Dreamers – have known no other home than the United States. ...
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