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Confronting North Carolina's Opioid Crisis

North Carolina's opioid epidemic is hurting families, costing us billions of dollars, and tearing communities apart. Every day, four North Carolinians die from a medication or drug overdose. Four times more are hospitalized and another eight times more are taken to the emergency room. One in ten people who need treatment but don't get it. Attorney General Josh Stein is committed to defeating this epidemic. Read more about the work he is doing.


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Helping Families Plan for College

Higher education is a good investment, but it is also an expensive one. About 60 percent of North Carolina students who graduate from a private or public school have student loan debt. The average amount of debt is more than $25,000. It’s important to do some homework evaluate your choices like you would any other major financial investment. Read more for information, tips and resources for all stages of the student loan process.


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Protecting Your Hard-Earned Money

The job of the Attorney General is to protect the people of North Carolina. A major part of that is protecting people’s hard-earned money from scam artists and bad business actors who do not play by the rules. The Department of Justice is committed to using the state’s full enforcement powers to protect North Carolinians’ pocketbooks. Read more about our work and find tips about how to protect yourself from scams and fraud.


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