California condemns use of torture

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Aug. 14) - California won't stand for torture.

American Friends Service Committee, 

stoptortureThe state Legislature adopted a resolution today aimed at preventing doctors, psychologists, and other health professionals from taking part in coercive interrogations at any U.S. military prisons.  It's the first such resolution in the United States.

The American Friends Service Committee, Physicians for Social Responsibility, and Program for Torture Victims coordinated the two-year campaign.

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