TN Opioid Crisis Means Long Jail Stays for Women

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One unexpected effect of Tennessee's opioid epidemic is that women going through drug courts spend more time in jail than men arrested for the same crimes, USA Today Network - Tennessee reports. Taxpayers foot the bill for those longer jail stays. In some cases, women spend six or more months longer in jail than men, waiting for . . .

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