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New Kentucky law cracks down on failing addiction recovery programs

Kentucky Set to Crack Down on Failing Recovery Programs.

Mental Health

By Kelsey Souto

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WKYT) – An estimated six Kentuckians lose their lives every day due to an overdose. It’s an epidemic that has plagued the Bluegrass, and now a new law is helping to weed out those who are making the problem worse.

House Bill 248 was signed into law Friday by Governor Andy Beshear in an effort to crack down on irresponsible sober living homes and addiction recovery housing and businesses.

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