Help end the death penalty in New Hampshire!

By nearly a 2-1 margin, the Republican-controlled New Hampshire legislature has voted to repeal the death penalty. Now the bill goes to Governor Chris Sununu, who has threatened to veto it. It is more important than ever to let the Governor know that the death penalty does not align with our conservative values and New […]

Amnesty International Report: Death Penalty Use Down Worldwide in 2017

Use of the death penalty declined worldwide in 2017, according to the Amnesty International’s annual global report on capital punishment. The human rights organization recorded 2,591 death sentences imposed in 53 countries in 2017, down 17% from the 3,117 death sentences it recorded from 55 countries in 2016. Executions also fell, with 23 nations carrying […]

BREAKING NEWS: Montana in Moratorium!

Montana’s Death Penalty in Moratorium State Judge Rules Montana’s Lethal Injection Protocol is Unlawful. In a victory for justice, District Court Judge Jeffrey Sherlock ruled today that Montana’s use of the drug pentobarbital in execution doesn’t comply with the statute that governs lethal injection in Montana. All Montana executions are stayed indefinitely, which means that […]

Revised Lethal Injection Protocol Remains Unconstitutional

ACLU of Montana

Revised Lethal Injection protocol creates unreasonable risk of cruel and unusual punishment, violates separation of powers Recent changes to Montana’s lethal injection protocol by the Montana Department of Corrections create an unreasonable risk of subjecting prisoners to cruel and unusual punishment and violate the separation of powers between the legislative and executive branches of government.

Conservatives Question Whether the Death Penalty is Working

Conservatives Concerned About the Death Penalty (A Project of EJUSA)

For the PDF version of this press release, right click this link and select Save As. Former Montana Senator will reach out to other conservatives at CPAC March 12, 2013 – Roy Brown of Billings will be joining Conservatives Concerned About the Death Penalty at the upcoming CPAC gathering near the nation’s capitol (March 14-16). Conservatives […]

Tell the Committee to vote YES!

Thank you for all your work so far to pass House Bill 370, which proposes to abolish the death penalty and replace it with life without parole.   On Friday, February 22nd, the House Judiciary Committee will vote on whether to pass the bill on to the floor of the House of Representatives for a […]

Death Penalty Costs in the Crosshairs

In the wake of a Montana District Court ruling late last week, Montana Conservatives Concerned About the Death Penalty (MTCCADP) calls upon conservatives in the Montana Legislature to determine whether the death penalty is working for the people of Montana. “Conservatives dislike waste and inefficiency. That is why we should cast a critical eye when […]

Victims’ families, warden, exonerees, and others come together to support ending Montana’s death penalty

(HELENA) – Proponents of a bill to end Montana’s death penalty and replace it with life in prison without the possibility of parole today told legislators that the current death penalty system is broken beyond repair, costs too much and hurts the people of Montana.

Diverse gathering of faith leaders calls for the end of Montana’s death penalty

Religious leaders ask Montana legislators to support Senate Bill 185 March 2, 2011 HELENA – Religious leaders gathered today released a letter urging the members of the Montana legislature to support Senate Bill 185, a bill to replace the death penalty with a sentence of life without parole. Under the proposed measure, a prisoner would […]