Opioid Crisis Gets Attention From House Spending Panel

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The nation's opioid crisis is getting some help from the House of Representatives committee that funds the U.S. Justice Department.

In its proposal for the federal spending year that starts October 1, the panel highlighted $103 million for programs to help stop abuse of opioids. That amount would fully fund a recently passed House bill creating Justice Department grants to help state . . .

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