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US treasury cracks down on Chinese traffickers of fentanyl; accused used bitcoin to sell opioid behind thousands of overdose deaths

Firstpost Wednesday, 21 August 2019
The US Treasury took action Wednesday to crack down on Chinese traffickers of deadly fentanyl, sanctioning producer-exporters and warning banks on financial schemes used to distribute the synthetic opioid behind thousands of US overdose deaths
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Ben Hall sits down with Deborah Tate, Administrative Office of the Courts Director and Dr. Stephen Patrick, Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Health Policy to discuss the increase in opioid overdose deaths, and what to do about them.

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