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  5. Day 279 (October 26, 2017)

    In today’s issue: Just say no.

    Today Trump announced that he’s directing the Department of Health and Human Services to declare the opioid crisis a public health emergency, which is an important step, but this isn’t exactly what he promised to do.
    Trump promised to declare a national emergency on opioids which would have resulted in a substantial amount of federal funding. This, on the other hand, grants a limited amount of grant money and eases regulations.
    Trump claims that he was inspired with a great new idea: “This was an idea that I had, where if we can teach young people not to take drugs, it’s really, really easy not to take them.”
    Obviously, “Just Say No” didn’t work when Nancy Reagan tried it, and it won’t work now – not least of all because most opiod addicts have their first exposure to the drugs through legitimate prescriptions.

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