Wallethub: Indiana 10th worst for “drug use and addiction”

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Indiana has problems when dealing with drugs, according to a new study by Wallethub.

The authors of that study say Indiana is the 14th worst state when it comes to “biggest drug problems.”

They say Indiana is 10th worst in the “drug use and addiction” category.

West Virginia was considered the worst state for biggest drug problems while Wallethub ranked Minnesota the best.

The researchers used 21 metrics, ranging from arrest and overdose rates to opioid prescriptions and employee drug testing laws.

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