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Prisoner disputes shelf life of Arizona’s execution drug

An Arizona death row prisoner, who would be among the state's first executions in almost seven years, has filed documents arguing the lethal injection drug to be used would expire sooner than prosecutors maintain and that makes it impossible to carry out his execution.

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