Nevada execution postponed over dispute about paralytic drug

Nevada execution postponed over dispute about paralytic drugLAS VEGAS (AP) — Nevada's first inmate execution in 11 years was postponed Thursday after a judge ordered a paralytic drug removed from a never-before-used lethal injection plan that also includes the first use by a state of the powerful opioid fentanyl.


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