The Sentinel-Record/Richard Rasmussen MORNING ADDRESS: Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge, right, kicks off the annual meeting of the Arkansas Association of Chiefs of Police, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary, Tuesday morning as Hot Springs Police Chief Jason Stachey listens at the Hot Springs Convention Center. The convention is scheduled to run through Thursday.

The Sentinel-Record/Richard Rasmussen MORNING ADDRESS: Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge, right, kicks off the annual meeting of the Arkansas Association of Chiefs of Police, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary, Tuesday morning as Hot Springs Police Chief Jason Stachey listens at the Hot Springs Convention Center. The convention is scheduled to run through Thursday.

Rutledge discusses opioids

By Steven Mross
This article was published September 27, 2017 at 4:00 a.m.

There is a rapidly growing prescription drug and opioid abuse problem in Arkansas and there is no "silver bullet" to solve it, Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge said Tuesday.

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