Authored by Mac Slavo via SHTFplan.com, Whistleblower Joe Rannazzisi is telling all when it comes to placing blame for the nation’s opioid crisis. He says drug distributors pumped opioids into communities in the United States knowing...Show More Summary
Whistleblower Joe Rannazzisi says drug distributors pumped opioids into U.S. communities — knowing that people were dying — and says industry lobbyists and Congress derailed the DEA’s efforts to stop it Autorun video after the jump ...Show More Summary
A joint investigation from the Washington Post and CBS' "60 Minutes" concluded that members of Congress alongside the pharmaceutical industry may have helped fuel the opioid crisis. Drug distributors — of which the three biggest areShow More Summary
On Sunday night, Oct. 16, 2017, “60 Minutes” reported that whistleblower and former DEA Agent Joe Rannazzisi confirmed what
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday that his administration would likely make an announcement next week on the opioid crisis, which a White House commission suggested should be declared a national emergency.
"I did see the report, we’re going to look into the report"
Together, the Washington Post and "60 Minutes" have told the long, sordid story of whistleblower Joseph T. Rannazzisi, former head of the Drug Enforcement Agency's (DEA) division in charge of regulating the drug industry. By Rannazzisi's...Show More Summary
A former DEA agent tells 60 Minutes's Bill Whitaker that the opioid crisis has been driven in part by Congress, lobbyists and drug distributors.
Republican Vermont Gov. Phil Scott says as the state works to address the opioid crisis, there's a need for more professionals to treat Vermont residents with substance use disorders. Scott … Click to Continue »
60 Minutes interviewed DEA officials who reported Congressional interference in their ability to fight the ongoing opioid crisis. The show emphasized the role of three major drug distributors who literally sent millions of pills to "pill mills" and pain clinics (with pharmacies) in small communities. Show More Summary
Veterans have been needlessly suffering for years, and it's only getting worse under the Trump administration. Close Late one summer night in 2014, Kevin Keller broke into his best friend’s home. Keller was a U.S. Navy vet wracked with...Show More Summary
In 2016 alone, 2,816 Canadians died. The Liberals are scrambling to confront an unprecedented health crisis. Paul Wells on why frontline workers say it’s only going to get worse. The post Can Ottawa stop Canada’s deadly opioid crisis? appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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On a Friday afternoon in September, President Donald Trump nominated Rep. Tom Marino, a Republican from Pennsylvania, to spearhead the federal response to the most deadly drug epidemic in the nation’s history. If approved by the senate, Marino would become the country’s so-called “drug czar,” or director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy. […]
The opioid crisis isn’t only a health issue anymore. It’s becoming a hot button in corporate social responsibility circles and a catalyst for public and private sectors to unite to fight the epidemic, as Leidos CEO Roger Krone attested to at a COMMIT!Forum panel session on Tuesday.
Increasingly strict drug regulations are creating a new health crisis outside the U.S.
The president promised two months ago that his administration would "spend a lot of time, a lot of effort and a lot of money on the opioid crisis.”
Trump promised two months ago that his administration would address the crisis.
A comprehensive approach is needed to battle the opioid crisis, two experts write.
"There is an epidemic of sudden deaths occurring throughout the U.S. military.”