The battle in Pennsylvania over the death penalty, although well intended on both sides of the issue, is misguided and will do nothing to advance the fundamental question: Is the death penalty an appropriate punishment in 21st century Pennsylvania?

Gov. Tom Wolf declared a moratorium on the death penalty Feb. 13. Wolf said, “Pennsylvania’s system is riddled with flaws, making it error-prone, expensive and anything but infallible.”

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