The Issue of Opioid Use and Abuse in the United States
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"You provide some valuable insights into the opioid crisis in the United States and one possible solution to the problem. However, there are points throughout the essay where you make statements that aren’t supported by your content. For example, you talk about how you will do an in-depth analysis of a particular town in Ohio, but a lot of the information you supply reflects circumstances across the entire state, not just the town. Some rewording is needed to make sure your arguments and content match up. Editing is needed to address typos such as “than more than” and other writing convention errors, including your use of the semicolon. Moreover, when you have a citation at the end of a given statement, the end punctuation (typically a period) goes after the citation itself, not before the closing quotation mark. All quoted material should feature an opening and closing quotation mark. In terms of formatting, your paper would look neater and be easier to read if the first line of every paragraph was indented by half an inch and no blank lines were left in between paragraphs."
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