Public Finds Death Penalty Less Morally Acceptable in New Gallup Survey

Via the Death Penalty Information Center: Gallup recently released its Values and Beliefs survey regarding American moral views on a variety of social issues.  The results revealed a significant decline in the percentage of the public that finds the death penalty “morally acceptable.”  This year, only 58% of respondents said the death penalty is morally acceptable, down from […]

Beyond Just Public Policy

Whether you are a new acquaintance of the Montana Abolition Coalition or an old friend, we have talked about and worked together to change a bad policy in Montana. We have focused our efforts on replacing the death penalty in our state with life without the possibility of parole. We come from different perspectives, experiences, […]