Georgia’s new execution method makes sense, says medicine’s Howard Nearman

Ga. switching to single-drug method for executions

Associated Press: Georgia is switching to a single-drug execution method from a three-drug combination—a change that makes sense, according to Howard Nearman, chairman of the anesthesiology department at the School of Medicine. “They’re going to rely on the drug that puts you to sleep to actually make life systems stop working,” he said.