Hope amid the opioid crisis? Glimmers of progress since Trump declared national emergency
Friday, 12 October 2018 Almost a year since President Trump declared the opioid crisis a national emergency, the scourge remains one of the biggest killers in America. But glimmers of hope are starting to emerge.
(CNN)Imagine this: A president, concerned about the opioid crisis that is ravaging many communities, particularly white, Midwestern communities, invites a retired football player and a famous musician to talk about the crisis. And imagine that this is one of the few high-level meetings he has about...
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