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“Where you live and the color of your skin matters greatly.” To be sure, the opioid epidemic is not marked by the same violence that pervaded the crack trade.
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These policies have crowded jails and prisons, while making it harder for blacks to get help for addiction.
The disparities stretch to every corner of the state.
Some legal experts say blacks are targeted more because they deal drugs in the open, making them an easier mark for law enforcement and prosecutors.