Rural Indiana struggles with drug-fueled HIV epidemic

Aired: 5/1/2015 | 0:06:31 | Clip
A rural region of Indiana has become the center of the state's worst ever HIV epidemic. For the first time, that state's legislature passed a bill this week allowing drug users in high-risk areas to trade used needles for clean ones. In collaboration with Kaiser Health News, special correspondent Sarah Varney reports on how health officials, lawmakers and residents are grappling with the crisis.