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Ohio plans three executions in 2017 using a new drug combination

Ohio says it plans to carry out at least three executions next year with a new three-drug combination.  Thomas Madden with the Ohio attorney general's office says the state will use the drugs midazolam, rocuronium bromide and potassium chloride.  Madden told Columbus federal Judge Edmund Sargus...
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