Idaho governor OKs new law to boost execution drug secrecy


              FILE - Idaho Gov. Brad Little delivers his State of the State address inside the House Chambers at the state Capitol building, onJan. 10, 2022, in Boise, Idaho. Little, on Wednesday March 23, 2022, signed into law a bill that dramatically increases the secrecy surrounding Idaho's execution drugs. The law prohibits Idaho officials from revealing where they obtain the drugs used in lethal injections, even if the officials are ordered to do so by the courts. (AP Photo/Otto Kitsinger, File)
            
              FILE - This Oct. 20, 2011 file photo shows the execution chamber at the Idaho Maximum Security Institution as Security Institution Warden Randy Blades look on in Boise, Idaho. Idaho Gov. Brad Little on Wednesday March 23, 2022, signed into law a bill that dramatically increases the secrecy surrounding Idaho's execution drugs. The law prohibits Idaho officials from revealing where they obtain the drugs used in lethal injections, even if the officials are ordered to do so by the courts. (AP Photo/Jessie L. Bonner, File)