Tennessee reinstates electric chair as death penalty option
NASHVILLE, Tennessee (Reuters) - Tennessee's electric chair, last used in 2007, is now an option for executions in the state if lethal injection drugs are unavailable, following a bill that was signed by the governor on Thursday.
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