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Tennessee Brings Back the Electric Chair for Executions

In response to shortages on execution drugs, Republican Gov. Bill Haslam on Thursday signed a bill allowing the state to electrocute death row inmates if it's unable to obtain drugs used for lethal injections.

 

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2 California Counties Sue Drug Companies About Painkillers
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California Dems Not-So-Universal Preschool Plan
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