State Senator Neil Anderson is continuing his efforts to file and advocate for legislation pertaining to the safety and wellbeing of first responders across our state. Recently, Senator Anderson filed Senate Bill 3125 that would reinstate the death penalty for individuals found guilty of killing first responders.
“More than a decade ago, our state senselessly abolished the death penalty across the board,” said Senator Anderson. “It is important that we stand with our entire frontline line community and to hold fully accountable anyone who kills a first responder or peace officer.”
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