The 2022 National Drug Control Strategy to Address the Overdose Epidemic
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The 2022 National Drug Control Strategy to Address the Overdose Epidemic

As of April 2022, approximately 106,854 Americans throughout the country have lost their lives to a drug overdose. As a response, on April 21st, 2022, President Biden had sent his Administration’s inaugural National Drug Control Strategy, which would deliver on the call to action in the President’s Unity Agenda through a whole-of-government approach to overcome the overdose epidemic. Read More

Wisconsin Awarded $400 Million in Opioid Settlements
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Wisconsin Awarded $400 Million in Opioid Settlements

Announced earlier this afternoon, Wisconsin was awarded $400 million from two class action lawsuit settlements related to the opioid crisis. The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) wrote in a statement that “Wisconsin will receive over $400 million from separate settlements with three opioid distributors (Cardinal, McKesson, and AmerisourceBergen) and Johnson & Johnson. Read More

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Cutting Ties to the Sackler Family

After Purdue Pharma’s announcement of Bankruptcy earlier this month, and the rising public awareness of the company’s hand in the opioid crisis, many institutions have begun severing ties with the Sackler Family—the family who owns Purdue. While to some it may seem like a slap on the wrist to the Sackler’s, the numerous institutions cutting ties is a relevant… Read More