Seven weeks after the botched execution of an Oklahoma inmate, lethal injections are set this week for convicts in three other states. Lawyers for those death row inmates in Florida, Georgia and Missouri have challenged the secretive process used to obtain lethal injection drugs from anonymous and loosely regulated compounding pharmacies. The refusal by European drug companies to sell their products to U.S. prisons has created a national shortage and a frantic search for replacements. Jim has the latest.
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