Suboxone Drug of Choice in Maine’s Jails

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The contraband seized most often by the Maine Department of Corrections is a drug used to treat opiate addiction, reports WGME in Portland. A public records found that heroin, marijuana, methadone, oxycodone and tobacco have all been intercepted by state corrections officers, but the number one item inmates try to smuggle is Suboxone Sublingual strips, which are used for opiate . . .

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