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The opioid crisis: Trump ‘will do anything’ to save lives

July 25, 2021 Comments Off on The opioid crisis: Trump ‘will do anything’ to save lives By admin

The opioid epidemic has been a top priority for President Donald Trump and his allies in the administration as the Trump administration seeks to roll back regulations that have led to the rise of prescription opioid abuse, according to a new report from the Center for American Progress.

The report, “The Opioid Crisis: The President Will Do Anything To Save Lives,” argues that Trump is not doing enough to curb opioid abuse and will do anything he can to save the lives of Americans.

“The Trump administration has gone to extraordinary lengths to defend and protect the interests of big pharmaceutical companies, and the president is willing to use every means available to do so,” said Daniel Schorr, senior fellow at the Center.

The president has vowed to repeal Obama-era regulations on opioid pricing, and his administration has defended the opioid epidemic as a success story for health care reform.

Trump has also been a major proponent of using tax credits to help states fight the opioid crisis, and he has said he will “do anything” to help those states.

The opioid crisis has become a major issue in the midterm elections, with Democrats hoping to use the issue to attack the president in 2020.

The drug crisis has led to a massive surge in opioid prescriptions, which has led many states to enact harsh restrictions on opioid prescriptions.

Some of the states, including Florida, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, have also moved to stop the distribution of the opioid medication, called OxyContin.

The Center report argues that the opioid prescription rate has nearly doubled since the opioid pandemic began, from 7.1 percent in 2015 to 13.4 percent in 2017.

The authors of the report argue that the increase in opioid prescription rates was caused by a dramatic increase in heroin and fentanyl prescriptions and that this spike has only increased the opioid addiction epidemic.

“President Trump has taken unprecedented actions to stem the opioid wave,” said Schorr.

“The president is taking steps to end the opioid supply, but he is not moving to end this epidemic.

Instead, he is using executive orders and other means to protect the drug companies and the opioid industry.”

The report notes that the Trump Administration has already approved more than 400 new drug applications for emergency use-of-authority authority from states that have moved to restrict the availability of opioid medication.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which is part of the National Institutes of Health, estimates that the overdose deaths from opioid use have tripled since 2014, and that more than 11 million Americans have died of overdoses from opioids.