Janssen Opposes Use of Its Drug in FL Execution

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A Johnson & Johnson company opposes Florida's plans to use one of its drugs in an execution. It is the first time the world’s largest pharmaceutical manufacturer has entered the death-penalty debate, reports the Wall Street Journal. Florida amended its lethal-injection protocol this year to include etomidate, an anesthetic agent that has never been used in executions . . .

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