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30 Members of the General Assembly have asked the Governor to suspend executions immediately until the state can assure its method of lethal injection does not constitute cruel and unusual punishment. In addition, two prisoners have asked the courts to stop their executions because they say there's no guarantee they'll die painlessly. This comes on the heels of a North Carolina Medical Board policy approved last week that forbids the doctor from participating in any way, including the monitoring of an inmate's consciousness.
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