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The two-front war on heroin
The two-front war on heroin

The most encouraging words spoken at the recent Baltimore Summit on Maryland's heroin problem were made by the person charged with leading the state's pushback on this evil drug and the terrible consequences it bestows on the community, the family and the taxpayer. Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford correctly defined the most overlooked problem in the state's decades-long war with substance abuse. He said, "I am beginning to learn that there is no one-size-fits-all solution to this problem." He might well have added that Maryland is actually involved in two heroin wars, and not just the one we have been fighting — and losing — for years at an insanely high cost...

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