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Judge questions solidity of Arizona’s vow in execution case (access required)

A judge presiding over a lawsuit that protests the way Arizona carries out executions on Wednesday questioned the solidity of the state's promise that it was abandoning the sedative midazolam as one of its lethal-injection drugs.

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In this May 3, 2018, file photo State Sen. Sylvia Allen keeps warm during a late-night session as the Arizona Legislature prepared to adjourn for the year in Phoenix. The veteran Arizona legislator is apologizing while defending herself from criticism for comments she made on immigration and birth rates. The Phoenix New Times posted audio of a July 15, 2019, speech during which Allen said a flood of immigration and low birth rates among whites amid a lack of cultural assimilation mean "we're going to look like South American countries very quickly." The Republican from Snowflake, Arizona, who is white, also said the U.S. has to regulate immigration so the country can provide jobs, education, health care and other needs.   (AP Photo/Bob Christie, File)

Lawmaker condemned for saying US might look like South America

A veteran Arizona legislator is apologizing while defending herself from criticism for comments she made on immigration and birth rates.