Heroin “Subeconomy” In Baltimore Estimated At $165 Million Annually

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In Baltimore, where heroin has a long-entrenched history, the drug has created a thriving subeconomy, providing funds for dealers who buy mansions in the suburbs or simply help family members with rent and grocery money, reports the Baltimore Sun. The size of the subeconomy is not easily calculated. Nationally, experts estimate heroin users spend about
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