(The Washington Post)
Politics
Arkansas AG: 'The face of the drug dealer has changed'
During an announcement with the Justice Department to combat the opioid crisis on Feb. 27, Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge (R) said, "The face of the drug dealer has changed."
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