Southern District gets more than $2 million in DOJ funds to fight opioid crisis
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The Indiana Lawyer on 12/16/2019 by IL Staff
Funding amounting to more than $2.4 million has been granted to agencies in the Southern District of Indiana to help combat drug and crime concerns stemming from the opioid crisis, US Attorney Josh J. Minkler announced Friday.
The grant funding is part of national awards of more than $333 million to help communities affected by the opioid crisis, according to the Justice Department’s Office of Justice Programs.