Air Bridge: Puerto Rico-to-U.S. Pipeline for Heroin Addicts

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For nearly 20 years, Puerto Rican officials have put up the air fare to send addicts to "recovery houses" affiliated with churches in U.S. cities. Ministers who run the programs cash in on addicts' benefits, such as food stamps, and generate money by referring them to drug-treatment centers for group therapy. Critics call it a form of human trafficking.
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