As for-profit programs grow, so, too, does debate over regulations

As opioid addiction has increased in prevalence among affluent and middle-class Marylanders, for-profit treatment centers are flourishing in the state. Some in the industry argued that cumbersome regulations prevent these businesses from providing the access to treatment needed to adequately address what’s been called a crisis. Other industry professionals, however, urged caution in reducing oversight because ...

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