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The Texas Tribune Two death row inmates sued the state today, arguing that the decision to use a new lethal injection drug was made too secretly and too hastily. "Executions, and the manner in which we carry them out, are of unique public interest and...
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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The sole U.S. manufacturer of a key lethal injection drug says it's discontinuing drug's production because it couldn't guarantee Italian authorities that it wouldn't be used in executions. Hospira Inc., of Lake Forest, Ill.,...
SIOUX FALLS - South Dakota's purchase of a lethal injection drug from overseas last month might further delay the execution of a man who raped and killed a 9-year-old Sioux Falls girl in 1990. Recent court filings in an appeal from death row inmate...
KTLA NewsSAN FRANCISCO -- California's prison department officials said Monday it now has enough sodium thiopental to carry out executions at San Quentin State Prison. The state paid $36,415 to acquire 521 grams of the drug manufactured by Archimedes Pharma of...
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