Justices Reject Florida's IQ Test for Death Penalty

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States violate the U.S. Constitution if they use only an IQ score as a bright-line test to determine who is ineligible for the death penalty on ground of intellectually disability, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday.

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