A day after another failed execution in Ohio, Gov. John Kasich said the state’s capital-punishment protocol doesn’t need to change, reports the Columbus Dispatch. Meanwhile, civil-rights advocates say the latest failure could be used as evidence in future challenges to the constitutionality of Ohio’s death-penalty law. Kasich was forced to grant a reprieve for Alva Campbell on . . .
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