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RMA-Episode 98 Show Notes:
RMA-Episode 98: Recovery in the News. This week on RMA, Mike and Nat drill down into some drug policy issues that have been generating some controversy lately. Should cannabis be a Schedule 1 drug? How can we make sure that medically assisted treatment is available to all who would benefit from it? What can we do to help people getting out of prison maintain their programs? Should crack and powder cocaine be treated the same under federal law? IS the war on drugs a failure? All these questions ANSWERED. Or at least discussed.
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