Senate Health Bill’s Opioid Aid Called Inadequate

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The Senate leadership’s efforts to salvage the Republican health care bill have focused on adding $45 billion for states to spend on opioid addiction treatment. Addiction specialists said it was drastically short of what would be needed to make up for the legislation’s deep cuts to Medicaid, which has provided treatment for hundreds of thousands of people caught up in a national epidemic of opioid abuse, Want to read more? Please subscribe to The Crime Report!