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Drug company lawsuit could stall Nevada execution

BBC News Wednesday, 11 July 2018
Drug company lawsuit could stall Nevada executionA company's last-minute lawsuit could halt the execution of a man who has said he prefers to die.
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Scott Dozier is set to die by lethal injection at 8 p.m. local time at a state prison in Ely, Nevada. Reuters reports Alvogen Inc. is petitioning to stop the Nevada from using it's drug in the execution. Nevada Department of Corrections uses Alvogen's sedative midazolam in its three-drug execution...

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