- an apology to the Texas Greens for omitting their position in support of a moratorium,
- updates on the upcoming elections,
- information about the Thomas Miller-El case,
- information about the activist efforts of Jeannette Popp
- an outline of the challenges ahead for 2002
- an increase in executions,
- the effects of redistricting,
- and the statewide elections.
- March for a Moratorium
- Adopt-A-Legislator Program
- Execution of Gerald Mitchell for a crime committed when he was only 17
- 2nd Annual March for a Moratorium
- Juvenile offender execution
- Meet your legislators program
Texas Moratorium Network (TMN) is a non-profit organization with the primary goal of mobilizing statewide support for a moratorium on executions in Texas. Significant death penalty reform in Texas, including a moratorium on executions, is a viable goal if the public is educated on the death penalty system and is encouraged to contact their elected representatives to urge passage of moratorium legislation.
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