Jacob Kauffman

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Reporter Jacob Kauffman covers politics for KUAR Public Radio in Little Rock, Arkansas.

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Officials in Arkansas are hoping to execute eight death-row inmates by the end of this month, before a drug used for lethal injections is set to expire.

The back-and-forth of Arkansas' executions

Officials in Arkansas are hoping to execute eight death-row inmates by the end of this month, before a drug used for lethal injections is set to expire.

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