The state pays deputies involved in law enforcement an extra $500 per month. To get the money, sheriffs must fill out a form showing that the employees aren’t administrative or clerical employees. Sheriff Marlin Gusman, however, has been using an old form that doesn't ask exactly how much law enforcement they do.
The city responded to a report saying the high-ranking officers should be reassigned.
Prison officials agree to give information to federal judge, but they want to protect pharmacies involved.
The commission went into an impromptu executive session and emerged after coming to an agreement.
Monthly supplements are meant for law enforcement; Bryan Collins says they're going to support staff.
His attorneys argue that the state needs to disclose more about lethal-injection drugs.
It appears that Louisiana will use the same drug that was used in a prolonged execution in Ohio.
Bryan Collins says about 50 deputies aren't eligible for $500 a month in supplemental pay.
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They continue to press their case against the state’s plans for lethal injection.