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By Terry DeMio
The Kentucky Enquirer
A solution to Northern Kentucky’s heroin epidemic won’t come cheap, a new study warns.
It will, in fact, cost at least $16 million over four years just to reduce and stabilize heroin usage, a report from the Leadership Team of the Northern Kentucky Heroin Impact and Response Workgroup states.
But the cost of doing nothing could be higher.
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