Governor Mike DeWine delayed execution dates again last week for two death-row inmates as the state continues its search for a pharmaceutical company willing to sell drugs for use in executions.
It marks the first time in three years Ohio will not hold any executions in a calendar year.
Today on All Sides, the death penalty in Ohio.
- Laura Bischoff, State Government Reporter, Dayton Daily News
- Andrew Welsh-Huggins, Legal Affairs Writer, Associated Press, author of 2009 book: “No Winners Here Tonight: Race, Politics and Geography in One of the Country’s Busiest Death Penalty States“
- Douglas Berman, Law Professor, Ohio State University
- Rebecca Anzel, Statehouse Reporter, Capitol News Illinois