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At least five state legislatures are considering bills to tighten oversight of methadone clinics...

At least five state legislatures are considering bills to tighten oversight of methadone clinics after allegations that take-home doses of the drug are contributing to illegal street sales, misuse and deaths. The measures, if passed, could increase costs or limit revenue for the nation’s largest methadone chains - both of them backed by private equity firms: CRC Health, owned by Bain; and Colonial Management Group, which is in the portfolio of Warwick Group.
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    Yeah well as they say, "who is watching the watcher?"
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