Streaming video of the New Hampshire Senate is available at the link.
"N.H. Senate to vote on repeal of death penalty," is by Brian MacQuarrie of the Boston Globe.
Two dozen state senators are scheduled to gather Thursday morning in the small granite Capitol here to decide whether New Hampshire will become the last New England state to repeal the death penalty.
After decades of legislative efforts, round after round of anguished testimony, and intense 11th-hour lobbying, the vote is considered too close to call among the 13 Republicans and 11 Democrats who make up the chamber.
The potentially historic decision, in a state that has long prided itself on Yankee conservatism, is believed to rest with a handful of senators who have not announced their decisions.
The House already has passed repeal by an overwhelming margin, and first-term Governor Maggie Hassan, a Democrat, has said she will sign a bill that abolishes capital punishment.
AP coverage is, "NH death penalty repeal comes down to deciding vote," by Lynne Tuohy, via WCAX-TV.
An intense campaign to repeal New Hampshire's death penalty comes down to the wire with a vote by the full Senate.
The House last month voted in favor of repeal 225-104. Gov. Maggie Hassan said she would sign the measure into law.
Those on both sides of the issue say Thursday's vote is too close to call in the Republican-controlled Senate.
Earlier coverage from New Hampshire begins at the link.