That's the title of an Associated Press report, via the Athens Banner-Herald.
A group of religious leaders, human rights activists and others are planning to call for Georgia lawmakers to end capital punishment in the state.
Georgians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty is planning to gather in the state Capitol rotunda March 11. Director of the Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities, Eric Jacobson, is one of the scheduled speakers.
Organizers said in a release that part of their call to action involves pushing lawmakers to reconsider parameters for the burden of proof for proving a defendant's intellectual disability.
Earlier coverage from Georgia begins at the link.