Judge Orders Medical Supervision for Executions

A Missouri judge rules that doctors must be involved in executions to make sure they are carried out humanely. It's one of dozens of recent cases in which execution procedures have been challenged.

Frank Morris of member station KCUR in Kansas City reports.

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