Mississippi lawmakers are debating a bill that would make the details surrounding executions confidential, and allow for anyone who discloses details to be fined

The bill would make the names of executioners and anyone who assists with an execution exempt from public disclosure. Companies that produce the drugs used in executions would also not be identified. Supporters of the bill say it would protect people and companies from potential harassment by people who opposed the execution.


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