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A view inside Rhode Island's John J. Moran Medium Security Prison, in Cranston. Rhode Island is the only state to screen every individual who comes into the correctional system for opioid use disorder, and to offer, in conjunction with with counseling, all three medically effective treatments. Andrew Burton/Getty Images hide caption

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Rhode Island Prisons Push To Get Inmates The Best Treatment For Opioid Addiction

The state has started to reduce overdose deaths by offering counseling and medication for opioid addiction in prison. Research finds the treatment helps inmates avoid relapse after release.

Marines install concertina wire on top of a border fence at the Otay Mesa port-of-entry. The facility, east of San Diego, is primarily used for commercial cargo passing back and forth between the U.S. and Mexico. Steve Walsh/KPBS hide caption

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Marines Deployed To U.S.-Mexico Border As Central American Migrants Continue North

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A view inside Rhode Island's John J. Moran Medium Security Prison, in Cranston. Rhode Island is the only state to screen every individual who comes into the correctional system for opioid use disorder, and to offer, in conjunction with with counseling, all three medically effective treatments. Andrew Burton/Getty Images hide caption

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Rhode Island Prisons Push To Get Inmates The Best Treatment For Opioid Addiction

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Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is donating $1.8 billion to his alma mater to help students with financial aid. Monica Schipper/Getty Images hide caption

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Michael Bloomberg Gives $1.8 Billion To Financial Aid At Johns Hopkins University

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Migrants walk to the U.S.-Mexico border in Tijuana, Mexico, last week to make requests for political asylum. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Administration Faces 2 Legal Challenges For Asylum Restrictions

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