After razor-tight votes, the Utah Legislature passed a bill in 2010 to have a backup plan in case a nationwide lethal-drug shortage persists. Gov. Gary Herbert gave his stamp of approval, even though he called the method 'a little bit gruesome.'
After razor-tight votes, the Utah Legislature passed a bill in 2010 to have a backup plan in case a nationwide lethal-drug shortage persists. Gov. Gary Herbert gave his stamp of approval, even though he called the method 'a little bit gruesome.' Trent Nelson Salt Lake Tribune
After razor-tight votes, the Utah Legislature passed a bill in 2010 to have a backup plan in case a nationwide lethal-drug shortage persists. Gov. Gary Herbert gave his stamp of approval, even though he called the method 'a little bit gruesome.' Trent Nelson Salt Lake Tribune
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