With new arguments, death penalty repeal again passes N.H. House
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The world Safiya Wazir fled is a far cry from the one she ended up in.
Her old home, Taliban-plagued Afghanistan, drove her family into ten years of living as refugees. Her current community in Concord, New Hampshire welcomed Wazir and propelled her into political office.
But old and new are linked in one morbid aspect, the Concord Democrat said Thursday: the death penalty.