A coalition of law enforcement officers, prosecutors and crime victims announced Friday that it will wait until November 2016 to place a death-penalty reform measure on the ballot.
While many states are running short of a drug necessary to carry out executions, California just received a major shipment.
Newly-revealed documents show California officials launched a global search to replace the knockout drug in the cocktail used to execute death row inmates.
A shortage of a particular drug that has halted lethal injections in California may be nearing an end, but opponents are raising safety questions about the chemical’s origin.
Attorney General Jerry Brown’s deputies are seeking permission for the state to resume executing death row prisoners as early as next week.