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Mitch McConnell Won’t Address Rising Drug Prices, So States Are Stepping Up

Drug prices have gotten so high in the U.S. that Utah pays to fly state workers to Mexico to purchase their drugs, gives them each a $500-per-trip bonus, and still saves tens of thousands of dollars.

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The Opioid Crisis Requires Bold Action. One New Jersey Lawmaker Is Ready.

Rep. Andy Kim gets backing from key groups for his legislation that aims to help end the opioid crisis.

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How This Law Tries To Stop Illicit Fentanyl

Watch: Legislation from New York's Rep. Max Rose targets drugs coming from China.

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The First Supervised Drug Injection Site in the U.S. Could Open Soon in Philadelphia

The proposed facility in Kensington would allow people struggling with addiction to use drugs under medical supervision, access treatment, and be revived if they overdose.

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The Cost of Hundreds of Prescription Drugs Just Went Up Because It’s 2020

Here's how politicians are trying to stop that from happening.

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This woman is helping rural Wisconsinites recover from opioid addiction

The Opportunity House opened in May, and offers women a safe environment to get their lives back on track.

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Why Pennsylvania wants you to sign a contract with your doctor

Despite garnering opposition from doctors, a new law requiring opioid agreements went into effect in November.