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Posted Apr 23, 2014 1:45 PM CDT
By Mark Hansen

The Oklahoma Supreme Court has stayed the pending executions of two death row inmates whose fates have become entwined in an ongoing jurisdictional battle with a lower court.

The two inmates have successfully challenged the constitutionality of the state's so-called supplier-secrecy law, which had allowed the state to keep secret the sources of the drugs it uses to conduct executions, the New York Times reports.

But the supreme court and the state's Court of Criminal…

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