A judge has ordered the state of Kentucky to rethink the way it executes prisoners.
Franklin Circuit Judge Phillip Shepherd previously ruled the lethal injection process that involves three drugs could no longer be allowed. The state appealed and lost.
The Kentucky Justice Cabinet filed notice Thursday that it will propose new regulations by July 24. The single-page motion does not say what changes will be made, but the move could open the door to a switch to a single-drug execution.