The most recent issue of The Angolite, a magazine written and published by prisoners at Louisiana State Penitentiary in Angola, which houses the state's death row, contains a number of articles relevant to the death penalty. The first, "Shifting Values," discusses the declining use of the death penalty through an examination of developments in 2013. A second article, "Death House Cat & Mouse," reports on Louisiana's complicated struggle to obtain lethal injection drugs for executions. Another lengthy article, "First, Do No Harm," discusses the history of medical experimentation on prisoners throughout the U.S. While not focused on the death penalty, the article is relevant to the current use of untried drugs and combinations of drugs in lethal injections around the country.