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00:00 - Intro
00:51 - Preface
01:13 - Michael Betz
03:06 - Surprising Effect of a College Degree
05:40 - Economic Factors in Opioid Crisis
10:05 - Outro
10:49 - Home - Blis
15:00 - Finish

Michael Betz joins the show to discuss the report he co-authored on Ohio’s opiate crisis, including the economic factors that have played a role in it.

Michael Betz is an Assistant Professor of Human Sciences at Ohio State University. Click here to read the report.

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Host // Joe Virgillito
Location: NYC | Host Since: 2016
Joe Virgillito is a staff writer and host of the Daily Beat podcast on BTRtoday. He is a graduate of Quinnipiac University with a…
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