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Drug shortage could delay state’s first execution in three years (access required)

Arizona is on the verge of executing its first convicted killer in three years. The Arizona Supreme Court issued a death warrant Sept. 21 for Jeffrey Landrigan, who was sentenced to death for the 1989 stabbing and strangling of Chester Dyer of Phoenix.

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