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Inmate’s failed testing bid keeps Arizona execution on track (access required)

An execution planned next month for an Arizona prisoner remains on track after a judge rejected the condemned man's request to have fingerprint and DNA tests conducted on evidence from the two 1980 killings for which he's scheduled to be put to death.

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Judge outlines fixes to poor health care in Arizona prisons (access required)

A federal judge who previously concluded Arizona was providing inadequate medical and mental health care to prisoners said she will give the state three months to ensure it has enough health care professionals to meet constitutional standards.