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Topic - Samuel I. "Sandy" Rosenberg
Maryland Republicans might concede the fight over the state's death penalty, saying that they are unlikely to mount a referendum effort as the House prepares to grant final passage to a repeal.
Delegate Samuel I. "Sandy" Rosenberg has spent seven years fighting for bills to repeal the death penalty, and he said he expects this year's legislation -- which was sponsored by Democratic Gov. Martin O'Malley and a near-majority of lawmakers -- to pass without any notable changes.
"We have enough votes," said Mr. Rosenberg, Baltimore Democrat. "It's time we moved on to deal with other criminal justice issues that have far greater effect on people's daily lives."