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Ohio to Resume Executions After 3-Year Break

Ohio plans to resume executions in January with a new three-drug combination, ending an unofficial three-year moratorium, an attorney representing the state told a federal judge Monday. Thomas Madden with the Ohio attorney general's office said the state will use the drugs midazolam, which puts the inmate to sleep; rocuronium bromide, which paralyzes the inmate; and potassium chloride, which stops the heart. He said the drugs are not compounded and are FDA approved. The U.S....

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