In wake of DHS overpayments, tribe scrambles to continue opioid treatment

A Minnesota tribe struggling with the devastating effects of the opioid epidemic is scrambling to continue its treatment program that had its funding slashed after it was revealed last year that the state made millions of dollars in overpayments.

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In wake of DHS overpayments, tribe scrambles to continue opioid treatment


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