September 29, 2022
September 28, 2022
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A Senate committee chairman has revived a bill that would dramatically increase the secrecy surrounding Idaho’s execution drugs, bringing the issue back for a second vote Monday after it failed last week.
With another member of the Senate Judiciary and Rules Committee present, the bill passed by a 5-4 vote, going to the full Senate with a “do pass” recommendation.
- New law forces SC death row inmates to choose between electric chair or firing squad
- US state forces death row inmates to choose electric chair or firing squad | Voice of America
- California Attorney General Rob Bonta sees state move away from death penalty
- Jury selection continues for accused serial killer