WASHINGTON — White House press secretary Sarah Sanders on Thursday told reporters she was unsure when Congress would fund new initiatives specific to addressing the opioid crisis.
Sanders declined to guarantee that additional spending would be included in either a stopgap spending bill Congress is expected to approve in the coming week or a longer-term budget agreement many expect lawmakers to reach in January.
Why did STAT publish a comment from “D” when the commenting rules are that each commenter must provide STAT their full name and email address? More to the point does STAT with your science based reputation allow such a scientifically baseless comment above from “D” to be posted,
Who said D wasn’t my full legal name… moreover, my comment is based in science. Check the work of Dr. Carl Hart
Using a first and last name in comments may be a requirement yet doesn’t really guarantee the name is real either even if the email has been confirmed.
“In an interview with STAT, Conway pushed back against the notion that the White House was not urging Congress to allocate more funding to address the crisis, and she declined to say how much more the White House feels would be appropriate to spend on a broader mental health and addiction crisis claiming more than 60,000 lives per year.”
More Americans loose their lives each year from this epidemic than Americans died in combat all the years of the American involvement in the Vietnam War. Our country convulsed in a series of public uprisings to stop the war killing. Our president (LBJ) basically was pushed from office and resigned bu refusing his second full Presidential term, over his inability to stop the madness. Now here we sit as a country, inured to the mass casualities of opioid use disorder morbidity and mortality, while our opioid prescribers and opioid producers protected by elected officials seem indifferent and give a collective shrug to the American opioid induced carnage. Where is the outrage?
There’s no outrage bc drug addiction is a myth and we don’t have an overdose epidemic, there is a drug combination epidemic. Opioid only overdoses are exceedingly rare
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