Stop Arkansas From Concealing the Makers of Lethal Injection Drugs

Just last year, Arkansas rushed to execute eight men in 10 days, all to beat the expiration date on its supply of Midazolam, a risky drug that has played a role in numerous botched executions.

At least one innocent man may have been put to death, while another showed signs of being tortured.

Now Governor Hutchinson is backing a proposal that would allow lethal injection drug manufacturers' names to be concealed – arguing that drug manufacturers shouldn't have to "jeopardize their business because of protests."

Add your name to say that Arkansans have a right to know how their tax dollars are being spent and who is making these lethal drugs.

To: Governor Hutchinson and the Board of Corrections

Reject the proposal to conceal the manufacturers of lethal injection drugs from the public. Arkansans have a right to know how their tax dollars are being spent, and who is making these risky lethal injection drugs.