Local voices needed to shape federal policy on opioid abuse prevention and treatment


It is hard to find an issue that impacts every community in the United States, but the opioid abuse epidemic does. This is why Congress began work in January to develop comprehensive, bipartisan legislation to ensure the federal government is supporting the steps states and local communities are taking to curb prescription drug and heroin abuse.

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