plague Archive

  • THE bucolic highways that connect Montana’s capital, Helena, to the leafy college town of Bozeman are cluttered with billboards that advertise motels (“Stay where the cowboys stay!”), religious hotlines and all-you-can-eat buffets. Then, in front of a cattle ranch, appears a more surprising sign. The red- white-and-blue face of Uncle Sam glares down at drive..

    The focus on opioids overshadows another worsening drug plague

    THE bucolic highways that connect Montana’s capital, Helena, to the leafy college town of Bozeman are cluttered with billboards that advertise motels (“Stay where the cowboys stay!”), religious hotlines and all-you-can-eat buffets. Then, in front of a cattle ranch, appears a more surprising sign. The red- white-and-blue face of Uncle Sam glares down at drive..
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