Help End the Death Penalty in Wyoming

There is no death penalty that protects the innocent

Wyoming has a chance to end the death penalty this year. Lawmakers in Cheyenne will be debating SF150, a bill that would repeal the death penalty from state law. 

Over 180 innocent people have been exonerated from death row in the U.S. and Wyomingites recognize the real risk of executing an innocent person if the state continues to allow capital punishment. Many people are frustrated by its errors, delays, high costs, and the harm it causes the families of murder victims. 

As your lawmakers consider ending the death penalty, they need to know how important this is to Wyoming residents. Ending capital punishment will depend on the strength of our collective voices. Please fill out the form above to urge your lawmaker to support the SF 150 that would end the death penalty. 

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