China, United States, Mexico discussed on Forum

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The fish the fat no two other opioid addiction all the evidence suggests deficit melts coming from china neither directly into the united states viist precursors pink cooked in mexico and shipped back in bike gangs why doesn't san francisco's take precedence steffl saying we want china to stop killing americans we're going to take chinese goods that are sold in san francisco and what kind of charge one hundred percent additional tax on on until china stop sending sentinel into the united states let's kick that money and put it into treatment and outreach let's put that money the better law enforcement to stop the sale of these poisons on the street why doesn't why don't we get asked though problem and not just make the self destructive missed that is the problem uh less uh visible to people so that they feel uncomfortable they should feel uncomfortable because people like guy let's do something about it some three she's very much for being with us thank you thank you john walters is codirector of the center for substance abuse policy research at the hudson institute and served as director of the white house office of national drug control policy under president george w bush let me go back to you alex growl uh there is some a couple of statements that i think you probably need to respond to one is that the science is is really fabricate of at the end of this people aren't necessarily getting the help that may be designed or may be good intentions this notwithstanding out yeah i i you know wearing agreement about the fact that we do need more medical assistant treatment in the us at the director of the national institute drug abuse nor volkov i think published.

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