No Drugs, No Executions: The End of the Death Penalty

As states scramble to find new cocktails of death, could a lack of options spell the end of capital punishment?

'Old Sparky', the decommissioned electric chair in which 361 prisoners were executed between 1924 and 1964, at the Texas Prison Museum in Huntsville, Texas. 
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