"Arkansas Week: Opioid Crisis in Arkansas and Election 2022"


join us for a special, one-hour edition of “Arkansas Week.” In recognition of #RedRibbonWeek, we’re addressing the opioid crisis in Arkansas; discussing addiction, treatment and recovery; and evaluating the role of education and prevention. Plus, with early voting underway, we’re taking a closer look at the latest for Election 2022 in The Natural State.

Arkansas Opioid Recovery Partnership Director Kirk Lane, Drug Enforcement Administration – DEA Special Agent in Charge Jarad Harper, FBI – Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent in Charge James Dawson, UAMS – University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Center for Addiction Services and Treatment Program Director Dr. Michael Mancino, Arkansas Department of Education Guidance and School Counselor Coordinator Andrea Fortnum, Democratic Analyst Michael Cook, Republican Analyst Bill Vickery and the AP’s Andrew DeMillo join us.

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