WBEZ Archives: Senator Barack Obama On Capital Punishment In Illinois

State Senator Barack Obama, D-Chicago smiles during an iterview at his campaign office prior to participating in a televised debate with other Democratic U.S. Senate hopefuls Thursday March 10, 2004 in Chicago. Obama, an Ivy League-educated law school instructor, has taken the lead in a seven way Democratic primary. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)
State Senator Barack Obama, D-Chicago smiles during an iterview at his campaign office prior to participating in a televised debate with other Democratic U.S. Senate hopefuls Thursday March 10, 2004 in Chicago. Obama, an Ivy League-educated law school instructor, has taken the lead in a seven way Democratic primary. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)
State Senator Barack Obama, D-Chicago smiles during an iterview at his campaign office prior to participating in a televised debate with other Democratic U.S. Senate hopefuls Thursday March 10, 2004 in Chicago. Obama, an Ivy League-educated law school instructor, has taken the lead in a seven way Democratic primary. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)
State Senator Barack Obama, D-Chicago smiles during an iterview at his campaign office prior to participating in a televised debate with other Democratic U.S. Senate hopefuls Thursday March 10, 2004 in Chicago. Obama, an Ivy League-educated law school instructor, has taken the lead in a seven way Democratic primary. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)

WBEZ Archives: Senator Barack Obama On Capital Punishment In Illinois

Originally aired April 16, 2002

Then-Illinois State Senator Barack Obama joins an Eight-Forty-Eight panel discussion on capital punishment in the state.