Indiana and Michigan both rank high in states with highest drug use

Indiana and Michigan both ranked in the top ten states with the highest drug use problems.

At least, according to a recent study by WalletHub, that ranked Michigan as #8 and Indiana as #9.

The website looked at a variety of factors to determine each state’s ranking, including Drug Use & Addiction, Law Enforcement and Drug Health Issues & Rehab.

The top five states with the highest drug use are Washington, D.C., West Virginia, Missouri, Colorado and New Mexico.

The lowest-ranked state was Hawaii.

For the full study, click here.

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