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On Friday, the Connecticut state Senate voted to replace capitol punishment with a sentence of life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. Now, the death penalty debate rests squarely on the shoulders of Governor Jodi Rell, who will decide whether or not to sign or veto the new law which seeks to abolish such practices as lethal injections for condemned inmates with no chance of freedom.
However, Rell has stated publicly that she does support the death penalty for heinous crimes.