Capital Public Radio's Steve Shadley reports...
His measure would remove two of the three chemicals used. Harman says it requires future executions to be carried out with a single lethal dose of anesthesia...
That’s when a death row inmate challenged the constitutionality of the so-called three-drug cocktail.
Harman has also introduced two other bills intended to speed up the appeals process.
One would require the state to hire more attorneys for capital punishment appeals.
The other would allow the State Supreme Court to directly transfer death appeals to the Superior Court.
Currently, there are about 700 inmates on California’s Death Row.