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Utah inmates cook up a fresh start in kitchen
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10 June 2018
On 10 June 2018 The Associated Press reported:
A group of inmates are learning to be chefs inside the Utah County Jail as they try to acquire a skillset that can help them lead a crime-free life once they get out. The inmates used to deal in drugs. Now, in the jail's RISE program which seeks to rehabilitate drug offenders, they deal with food, the Deseret News reported .
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