NASHVILLE -- A bill allowing Tennessee to resume executing convicted murders through electrocution is on its way to Gov. Bill Haslam.
Senators voted 23-3 to concur with a minor House amendment.
Under the bill, lethal injection would remain the preferred method of execution. But in the event the drugs needed were unavailable or lethal injections were found unconstitutional by a court, the state would have a standby.
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