Towson Delegates Unanimously Vote to Repeal Death Penalty
The Maryland House of Delegates passed the bill on Friday.
Towson delegates unanimously voted to repeal the death penalty in Maryland on Friday.
The bill passed the Maryland House of Delegates with a vote of 82-56. It will now go to Gov. Martin O'Malley for his signature.
Del. Susan Aumann: Voted for Repeal
Del. William Frank: Voted for Repeal
Del. Stephen Lafferty: Voted for Repeal
Patch Associate Regional Editor Bryan Sears contributed to this report.