|Execution drugs for sale after death reprieve|
|Published on Saturday December 24, 2011 - 12:31 PM|
The drugs will expire over the next three years and Oregon wants to sell those death drugs to states with supply shortages.
Oregon is working with a federally licensed reverse wholesaler to find a buyer. Department of Corrections officials say they hope to recover at least some of the money spent to buy the drugs.
Kitzhaber last month gave a reprieve to convicted killer Gary Haugen, who gave up his legal challenges and was scheduled to be executed.