Addiction Recovery Channel: Drug Interdiction, Law Enforcement and the Nexus Between Sex Trafficking and Opioids in Vermont

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Join ARC host and producer Ed Baker and his noted guests Christina Nolan, United States Attorney for the District of Vermont, and Resident Agent in Charge, Kevin Black, Drug Enforcement Agency, as they dig into issues such as the nexus between opioid addiction and human sex-trafficking; drug trafficking and use-trends in Vermont; some of their successes in prosecuting persons involved in high-level criminal behavior; and recent local activities supporting drug-use prevention. This episode focuses on crucial activities essential to the safety and protection of Vermonters.

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