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Maine has a Big Drug Problem
Maine Attorney General Janet Mills said overdose deaths related to illegal drugs, including heroin and fentanyl, continue to climb.
Since January, 105 people have died from an overdose in Maine, according to a release issued by Mills' office.
“These numbers are terribly distressing,” Mills said. “The first six months of 2015 show that this crisis continues unabated and we — everyone in the state of Maine — still have a great deal of work to do to get this under control. We need to address this crisis from all angles: education, prevention, treatment and interdiction.”
Mills said 37 of those deaths were from heroin and another 26 were attributed to fentanyl, a synthetic opioid that is often sold on the street as a heroin substitute — although it is far more potent, according to agents with the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency.