How a shortage of lethal injection drugs put the death penalty before the Supreme Court

The use of the controversial sedative [midazolam, also in short supply] is actually a response to an ongoing lethal injection drug shortage, which has left the future of the death penalty unclear in Utah, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and the 29 other states where executions are legal, and added a new angle to the perennial debate about the morality and effectiveness of capital punishment.
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