Arkansas to end voluntary boot-camp program for inmates

The Arkansas Department of Correction is ending its boot camp program after prison officials said it was difficult to find enough inmates willing to participate in it.

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Iran's kidney program stands apart from other organ donation systems around the world by openly allowing payments, typically of several thousand dollars.

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