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Florida Mulls Lethal-Injection Problems

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Florida Mulls Lethal-Injection Problems

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Florida Mulls Lethal-Injection Problems

Florida Mulls Lethal-Injection Problems

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Several state legislatures are rethinking the rules that govern capital punishment. In Florida, a hearing this week is focusing on how the death penalty is administered. The hearing follows a botched lethal injection that led Gov. Jeb Bush to declare a state moratorium on executions.

Dahlia Lithwick, legal analyst for Day to Day and the online magazine Slate, talks with Alex Chadwick.

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