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New Opioid Funding is a Welcome Start, But More Will Be Needed
New Opioid Funding is a Welcome Start, But More Will Be Needed

A $6 billion boost to fight the opioid epidemic - $3 billion in 2018 and $3 billion in 2019 - was a highlight of the 2-year, $400 billion federal budget passed last week by Congress. The injection of new funding will go toward state grants, public prevention programs and law ...

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