Paola Ramos

Latinx reporter for Vice Media

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Fresno used to be a hub for meth production in the U.S. But even as the manufacturing of the drug moved south of the border, the addiction rates there still remain stubbornly high.

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Fresno used to be a hub for meth production in the U.S. But even as the manufacturing of the drug moved south of the border, the addiction rates there still remain stubbornly high.

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