Texas outlaws euthanasia with carbon monoxide

05/19/2013 | Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas)

A new Texas law that bans the use of carbon monoxide as a euthanasia method took effect this month. Before the law, approximately two dozen shelters still used the gas euthanasia technique. The only legally accepted form of euthanasia in the state now is injection with sodium pentobarbital.

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