Fentanyl's Path Into Ohio; Providing Help Behind Bars; Military Recruiting

Where do the drugs fueling our nation's opioid crisis come from? Turns out, ordering up a batch is likely easier than you think.

There's no doubt the opioid epidemic has increased the number of Ohioans behind bars. A new program engages incarcerated addicts to improve their chances once they're freed.

An astounding 72% of Ohio's youth are ineligible to join the military. So, where are the new recruits coming from?

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Nick Castele, Reporter, ideastream

Ronnie Dunn, Ph.D. of Urban Studies, Cleveland State University

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