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FILE - This combination of file photos shows one of the three drugs that the Arkansas Department of Correction (ADC) purchased to perform several executions. The top photo, provided by the ADC, shows a bottle of Midazolam, with the manufacturer's information blacked out by the ADC. The bottom photo, provided by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, shows the label for Midazolam. London-based Hikma Pharmaceuticals, whose American subsidiary West-Ward Pharmaceuticals makes the drug, has said that it does not want its drugs to be used for executions. (Arkansas Department of Correction/FDA via AP)

FILE - This combination of file photos shows one of the three drugs that the Arkansas Department of Correction (ADC) purchased to perform several executions. The top photo, provided by the ADC, shows a bottle of Midazolam, with the manufacturer's information blacked out by the ADC. The bottom photo, provided by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, shows the label for Midazolam. London-based Hikma Pharmaceuticals, whose American subsidiary West-Ward Pharmaceuticals makes the drug, has said that it does not want its drugs to be used for executions. (Arkansas Department of Correction/FDA via AP)

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