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Barbara Radnofsky on Crime

 


Support the use of the death penalty for federal crimes

Source: 2006 Congressional National Political Awareness Test Aug 15, 2006

Support the use of the death penalty

Source: 2006 Congressional National Political Awareness Test Aug 1, 2006

Support prosecution of "hate crimes"

Source: 2006 Congressional National Political Awareness Test Aug 1, 2006

High priority to anti-lynching resolution

Radnofsky: Opposes lynching and would co-sponsor the anti-lynching resolution without hesitation

Hutchison: A Full Plate: Too busy to sponsor an anti-lynching resolution

When asked why opponent had not yet joined 83 of her colleagues in co-sponsoring the U.S. Senate's resolution against lynching, opponent's spokesman strangely replied, "For her, lynching is something that is very present. This is something she knows very personally." Then he added, "But as a member of the Senate leadership, you just can't co-sponsor everything."

Apparently, though, you can, as opponent managed to co-sponsor at least 186 resolutions since 1999, including recognition of the anniversary of the founding of the Harley-Davidson Motor Company, congratulations to Lance Armstrong in 2003, and calling for a 4-H postage stamp.Responding only to public outcry, she later grudgingly co-sponsored the anti-lynching resolution.

Source: Campaign website, www.radnofsky.com, "Issues" Jan 16, 2006

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