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Walmart sues US in pre-emptive strike in opioid abuse battle

Jeff Katz

00:17 sec | 3 months ago

Walmart sues US in pre-emptive strike in opioid abuse battle

"Wal Mart is suing the US government's in a preemptive strike in the battle over its responsibility in the opioid abuse crisis, the government expected to take civil action against the world's largest retailer seeking big financial penalties. Or the Rolands pharmacies may have played in the crisis by filling opioid

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Walmart sues US in pre-emptive strike in opioid abuse battle

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

Walmart sues US in pre-emptive strike in opioid abuse battle

"Wal Mart, taking action against the federal government suing the government in a preemptive strike in the battle over its responsibility, the opioid abuse crisis, which had been getting more attention lately, the government expected to take civil action against Wal Mart. Seeking big financial penalties for the role it's pharmacies might have played in the crisis by filling opioid

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Walmart sues US in pre-emptive strike in opioid abuse battle

Mark Levin

00:16 sec | 3 months ago

Walmart sues US in pre-emptive strike in opioid abuse battle

"Ball Mart is suing the federal government and what's being called a preemptive strike in the battle over its responsibility in the opioid abuse crisis, the government expected to take civil action against Wal Mart. For the role it's pharmacy of may have played by filling prescriptions for the

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Justice Department Charges Hundreds with Medical Fraud

Rush Limbaugh

00:21 sec | 4 months ago

Justice Department Charges Hundreds with Medical Fraud

"Accused of health care fraud and opioid abuse. They include more than 100, doctors, nurses and other medical professionals 16 or from the Houston Galveston district. Overall, the defendant's reportedly made more than $6 billion in false claims to federal health care programs and private insurers. October is distracted. Driver month. Joshua Zuber with

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Trump-appointed US attorney in Texas abruptly resigns

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:05 min | 8 months ago

Trump-appointed US attorney in Texas abruptly resigns

"The help wanted shingle is out for the top prosecutor's position in the Eastern district of Texas early is L. P. Phillips is live with more on that story LP and the surprise resignation of East Texas U. S. attorney Joseph brown was announced this morning is it taking effect on may thirty first no reason has been given for the resignation brown was appointed by president trump back in two thousand eighteen he is a former district attorney in Grayson county he has been a major player in carrying out the us stop opioid abuse initiative by president trump and was last seen publicly when they arrested and extradited to Guam I Guatemalan mayor who is charged with drug trafficking he was extradited back to the United States for both drug and money laundering charges the L. poncho error el Pago his name is Eric Salvador Rodriguez was indicted back in June of two thousand eighteen that was under brown's office oversight again no reason given why he is resigning and no replacement has

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Johnson & Johnson calls judge's ruling “flawed”

Laura Ingraham

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Johnson & Johnson calls judge's ruling “flawed”

"A judge in Oklahoma found Johnson and Johnson and its subsidiaries help fuel that states opioid drug prices the ruling is from Cleveland county district judge fad Balkan crisis has ravaged the state of Oklahoma fees ordering Johnson Johnson to pay five hundred seventy two million one hundred two thousand and twenty eight dollars Oklahoma Attorney General Mike hunters says Johnson and Johnson built its brand out of greed and on the backs of pain and suffering of innocent people Johnson and Johnson view of the rolling we believe that it is flawed attorney Sabrina strong expressed sympathy for people suffering with substance abuse but Johnson and Johnson did not cause the opioid abuse crisis here in Oklahoma for anywhere in this country I'm a

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Oklahoma judge finds J&J fueled opioid crisis

AP 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Oklahoma judge finds J&J fueled opioid crisis

"And Oklahoma state judge's order Johnson and Johnson to pay five hundred seventy two million dollars to address the opioid epidemic in the state Attorney General Mike Connor says the company's aggressive advertising led to mass of opioid addiction in his state and elsewhere what we show during our seven week trial and what judge Bachman confirmed today is what we know now for certain Johnson and Johnson was the kingpin behind the nation's ongoing opioid crisis company attorney Sabrina strong strongly disputes that we have sympathy for all who suffer from substance abuse but Johnson and Johnson did not cause the opioid abuse crisis here in Oklahoma or anywhere in this country strong says a company will appeal the ruling to the state

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"opioid abuse" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"opioid abuse" Discussed on WTVN

"The opioid abuse crisis here in Oklahoma work anywhere in this country about fifteen hundred others similar lawsuits have been filed all lies in the carribean were tropical storm Dorian is forecast to strengthen as it moves toward Porter Rico and could become a hurricane by early Wednesday you're listening to ABC news Democrats in the Ohio house of launched a common sense gun safety website house leader Emelia strong sites another democratic lawmakers announcing the launch Monday in order to provide resources for a high winds to quote get involved in hold legislature accountable in the wake of the Dayton Nash shooting is also in response to house them pushing for new legislation that would implement universal background checks for gun purchases require a federally licensed firearms dealers provide info about suicide prevention enact red flag protections to keep dangerous weapons out of reach for those who pose a threat to themselves or others I'm Kyle corner that website can be found at do something Ohio dot com Cleveland officials say there was no active shooter or bomb at the Sandusky county fair over the weekend officials made the statement after the fair was shut down Saturday night it will fight between a large group of juveniles very open for its final day Sunday teachers in the Columbus city schools board of education are in agreement about a new contract for teachers the teachers union approve the plan Sunday night and it offers better pay and smaller class sizes members of the board sign the contract this morning classes will be reduced to twenty seven students per teacher over the next three years a comedian along with a star studded lineup held a show in Dayton as the city continues to heal after a mass shooting earlier this month Dave Chapelle loves his Ohio home in yellow springs the median pulled a few friends and ask for help roll.

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Oklahoma judge to rule in $17 billion opioid lawsuit against J&J

Lee Matthews

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Oklahoma judge to rule in $17 billion opioid lawsuit against J&J

"Up a ruling expected today in Oklahoma's lawsuit against pharmaceutical giant Johnson Johnson who the state accuses of fostering an opioid epidemic Kevin brown reports the state of Oklahoma has been suing Johnson and Johnson and their drug making subsidiary Jansen claiming the company's knew the risks of opioid abuse among patients and continue to push the drugs for use by doctors and pharmacies unlike other cases with other pharmaceuticals this case was not settled out of court and the trial resulted in a trove of evidence in the form of usually private drug company data and communication being made public Johnson and Johnson denies any

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Wisdom teeth removal contributes to opioid crisis, experts warn

KNX Evening News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Wisdom teeth removal contributes to opioid crisis, experts warn

"Turns out removing your wisdom teeth could be more dangerous than you think new research shows a link to opioid abuse if you're one of the approximately five million Americans to have their wisdom teeth pulled each year you may have been or will be prescribed opioids for the pain during recovery according to new data filling an opioid prescription after the removal of wisdom teeth more than doubles the odds of continued use among patients who had never taken an opioid before the fact that we have parents who search and use their children as an angle to get the bills these pills wind up in medicine cabinets and unfortunately children find it and that's where it starts this is a multi level problem which has to be dealt with a

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Wisdom teeth removal contributes to opioid crisis, experts warn

The KDKA Radio Afternoon News with Robert Mangino

05:34 min | 1 year ago

Wisdom teeth removal contributes to opioid crisis, experts warn

"Pain so often times dentist prescribing opiates Sears the latest with Meg all over from CBS news Dr Chad brown but studies pain at the university of Michigan he says despite research that shows a combination of acetaminophen and ibuprofen is superior to treat pain dentists are still prescribing too many opioids to young adults for many dental care such as wisdom tooth extraction is the first opioid exposure in light of the epidemic the American dental association has released updated guidelines recommending use of alternative pain relievers and a maximum seventy supply when opioids are necessary Meg Oliver CBS news New York and this story focused on one individual young woman has had a had a little child when got the wisdom teeth removed and within fifteen months after having them removed overdosed as she was in an airport bathroom on her fourth round of rehab it's estimated upwards of fifty thousand kids each year become your chronic opioid users after just something simple like wisdom tooth extraction let's talk about this right now joining us on the disc instituted Pittsburgh news line is a doctor Tom brokering Dr Brophy is board certified in emergency medicine and addiction medicine thank Dr could it be this quick where somebody gets an opioid prescription for tooth pain that may only need to be needed for a couple of days next thing you know they're addicted can happen that fast yes absolutely and you know how fast that slippery slope that happens is very dependent on the individual and and you know are they genetically predisposed toward things like substance abuse particularly opioid abuse you know that there are other factors that play in as well including their socioeconomic status you know their educational level their their support systems and home and and so many other things but we we've seen that progress even faster than that and and sold the the the reckless prescription of opioids for every patient that having a surgical procedure done is a very dangerous matter is one particular dentist as reference in the story out of Pennsylvania doctor droll fun ari who gives the prescription a lurch the parents and the patient about the dangers of opioids and finds that just about twenty percent of his patients fill the prescription the other eighty percent choose not to how important is it for doctors to have a conversation with their parents with their patients it's of the utmost importance and and that's another part of the problem is that physicians don't have the time very much what you know when they're scheduling forty to fifty patients a day because of lower reimbursement rates it cuts into that time where you where you know you would normally spend educating patients and about that local dentist I mean I'll I'll do you even one better about a year ago does opioid education summit that we hold all the time I had the oral surgeon show up at the education of band and he approached me afterwards what would a really interesting story what he was saying was that you know they do twenty to thirty wisdom tooth extraction you know every Wednesday and that every dentist in the office and every oral surgeon in the office was just pre Korean paying twenty Percocet for every single patient that was on the schedule that day how much snow individualization note no like background checks on who had who had issues with substance abuse none of that in in when he approached the you know that this group to join this group of dancers he brought it up to the concerned and and he was basically told like you know stay in your lane you know keep your mouth shut because this is how we do things that makes our life easier you'll see what I mean well thankfully you know he had those the the way some and the insight the challenge that and and change things around to where they were no longer printing you know thirty to forty perscription that we're just getting handed out because five years ago that was a big issue a surgeon what would just say Hey just take it just in case there's a lot of question what you know was that so that they don't get bothered at two o'clock in the morning you know when your kid wakes up with with the reason being taken care of with Motrin or Tylenol or is it just you know not yet ready on the side of the surgeons or is that just a bird nests and and you know them doing things their own way well what this this Pine Ridge blended dentist was able to change within the practice was from that point forward what they did is they they had the discussion they had the education and then they were also given a prescription for nor can the really trying to drive it home like Hey what is this could turn into a problem and you need to have this life saving medication on hand in case it does and and he reported to me that less than ten percent of the patients were then pulling the opioid prescriptions I think that's a great way of going about doing this because if it's true that five million kids a year are having their teeth extracted and just fifty thousand of those kids become addicted to anything you can do to reduce those numbers more severely I'm all about doctor Tom Brophy once again he is board certified in emergency medicine and addiction medicine and he's joining us on the disc is a two tickets for news on Dr thank you very much for your time thank

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Missouri restricts dentists' prescriptions of opioids

Sports on a Sunday Morning

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Missouri restricts dentists' prescriptions of opioids

"And he was very law limits the amount and types of opioid pain medication dentists can prescribe the law restricts opioid prescriptions to no more than the equivalent of ten regular if I could and pills per day and says they shouldn't prescribe extended release opioids such as oxycontin a twenty eighteen study found that people ages sixteen to twenty five whose first opioids were prescribed by a dentist or about ten times more likely to be diagnosed with opioid abuse within one year's time the Missouri dental association worked with lawmakers on the bill's language red shirt St Louis's newsradio camel

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Florida, US And Dave Ehrenberg discussed on Dr. Urshan Health and Weightloss Hour

Dr. Urshan Health and Weightloss Hour

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Florida, US And Dave Ehrenberg discussed on Dr. Urshan Health and Weightloss Hour

"Well number of overdose deaths caused by opioids has been declining in Florida the US is seeing an increase in deaths from the synthetic opioid fennel Palm Beach county state attorney Dave Ehrenberg it's been on the front lines of the fight against the opioid abuse since twenty ten he says the drug is bad news the real epidemic that is confronting our country at this point and one way to get at it if we get tough with China amber says the US needs to pressure China to stop exporting fennel which is often brought in through the southern border with Mexico or through

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Reckitt to pay $1.4 billion to end opioid addiction treatment probes

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Reckitt to pay $1.4 billion to end opioid addiction treatment probes

"And as the markets are open here in Europe one of the stocks to watch this morning will bring both Bloomberg markets reported Justina Lee has joined us here in the studio in London Justina wreck it first paying up to one point four billion dollars sold opioid treatment probe that's right US prosecutors have argued that the marketing of this addiction treatment deceived doctors about its dangers which contributed to a deadly epidemic of opioid abuse and the U. S. and this agreement resolves these U. S. federal probes and as the company set itself it avoids the cost uncertainty and distraction associated with continued investigations and it seems like traders agree with it this morning it's about two percent and in

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Vice President, Mike Pence And New Hampshire discussed on Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Vice President, Mike Pence And New Hampshire discussed on Sean Hannity

"Speculation around while this afternoon after vice president Mike pence abruptly canceled a planned trip to New Hampshire where he was to deliver a speech on opioid abuse the announcement was made to the crowd waiting for the vice president to arrive at this time we're going to cancel today's event does not mean we will come back we do have a situation where one of the vice president was recalled back to Washington within a short time the White House issued a statement saying something came up that required the V. P. to stay in DC the statement said it was not a health related emergency

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In deep-red West Virginia, Warren touts plan to fight opioid crisis

Family Financial Focus

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

In deep-red West Virginia, Warren touts plan to fight opioid crisis

"Democratic presidential. Candidate Elizabeth Warren detailed proposals to solve the nation's opioid crisis to a crowd at a fire station in West Virginia. Warren says her tax plan to address the nation's addiction crisis would remove the middleman, and instead send funding directly from the federal government to affected communities. She announced her plan and curb it West Virginia a town near the Kentucky border that sued five drug wholesalers to try to recoup the cost of dealing with opioid abuse. Warren wants to spend one hundred billion dollars over ten years battling addiction. Her plan is for a two percent tax on personal income above fifty million dollars. West Virginia has by far the nation's highest overdose death rate,

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Trump says he is holding big Pharma accountable in opioid fight

Morning Edition

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Trump says he is holding big Pharma accountable in opioid fight

"One third of Americans say, they know someone addicted to opioids or someone who has suffered in overdose. That's according to a new poll released this morning by NPR and episode's north country. Public radio's Brian man reports the opioid epidemic has wrecked families and overwhelm social service addiction treatment programs across the US. This new poll found its top issue for Americans. And a lot of them blamed big drug companies that aggressively marketed prescription opioid painkillers. Mallory Newell is a research for episodes who worked on the poll, I think one thing is really clear that the belief that pharmaceutical companies should be held responsible for making opioid abuse worth. Nearly sixty percent of Americans agree with that that support cuts across party lines. President Trump addressed the addiction crisis yesterday in Atlanta, promising big pharma companies would. Would be held

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An Average of 130 Americans Die Daily from Opioid Overdoses

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

An Average of 130 Americans Die Daily from Opioid Overdoses

"President Trump is on the move today and will deliver a speech about one of his top priorities opioid abuse. Here's correspondent Karen Travers travels to Atlanta where he and the first lady will deliver remarks at the prescription drug abuse heroin summit. The White House says there will be an attendance more than three thousand stakeholders from across the country all engaged in the fight to combat this crisis opioid overdoses killed nearly forty eight thousand Americans in two thousand seventeen according to data from the CDC on average one hundred and thirty Americans die every day from opioid overdose. And preliminary data from the CDC for last year's show on decline of about three percent in opioid

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FDA Commissioner abruptly resigns to spend more time with family

Business Beware

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

FDA Commissioner abruptly resigns to spend more time with family

"Visited interpreters prison. FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb who surprised a lot of people by turn on his resignation. And he says he wants to spend more time with his family. He wrote the intensity for over two years. Tackling opioid abuse drug charges and teenage footing pecan after about a month.

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"opioid abuse" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"opioid abuse" Discussed on WWL

"Epidemic of opioid abuse there is new research out from lsu finding that even legitimately prescribed use of such drugs can be problematic here's wwl chris miller lsu head of orthopedic doctor bob zora says opioids can increase the risk of bone fracture and make it harder for bones to heal that causes second thoughts about treating patients with broken bones most all of our patients are in pain and opioids may not be the best choice going forward dhaka's ara says it's one more reason for doctors to reduce the amount of opioid prescriptions they right and he says maybe plane all the seat of medicine tylenol might be the best way to handle the pain associated with bone fractures apple now says it wants to make it easier for us to find people who dial nine one one from a cell phone emergency eighty percent of nine one one calls now come from smartphones phone smart enough to precisely pinpoint their users location problem is nine one one operators don't have access to that information so apple is rolling out a new feature that will give emergency centers access to a callers location data many centers will have to upgrade their existing software and it's not clear whether or when android makers will offer a similar feature vicki barker cbs news on wall street a rough start to the new trading week the dow jones down two hundred seven right now the nasdaq is down thirty eight oil is up twenty eight cents at sixty five wwl sports we know drew brees is showing no signs of slowing down under center for.

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"opioid abuse" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"opioid abuse" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Address opioid abuse and diversion other top stories today a very big endorsement today for a young boston city councillor trying to step up into statewide office mayor marty walsh says he supports josh z comes bid for the democratic nomination for secretary of state over longtime incumbent bill galvin wbz's kim tunnicliffe spoke with the mayor qatari galvin has been there a very long time he's a fixture do you feel like it's time for fresh new blood new time what i'm looking for right now we're in a unique time period in history our country where it's time in our country we're in a lot of places that having leadership at the secretary of state's office that's able to connect to younger people able to pack millennials able to think outside the box can as thirty four and galvin is sixty seven president trump is on his way home from singapore after he and north korean leader kim jong own agree to the complete denuclearization of the korean peninsula there are few details at this point on how or win this will be done north korea has failed to keep its word in the past but trump says he has trust in kim he's like starting ninety days ago it's been very strong i think he wants to get trump says he wants to get it done the president also says a us and south korea will no longer conduct war games which always infuriate north trump says they are now inappropriate this fast food chain is the latest poke fun of i hops recent move to rename itself i hob with a b as in the international house of burgers details in just a few minutes here on wbz radio but first traffic and weather together wbz news time one thirty three subaru retailers of new england all wheel drive traffic on.

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"opioid abuse" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"opioid abuse" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Low end entry workers are seeing pay raises in areas like retail and restaurant services this report provides a little bit more evidence of that with the wages for so called nonsupervisory workers growing at their best rate since two thousand and nine so this is more a glass half full story as far as wages are concerned it was fairly modest but there is at least anecdotal evidence that you know wages are rising and a stronger pace i would say it's actually a little bit better than halffull headsets two thirds full we are seeing finally in the aggregate data some evidence that the evidence that the anecdotes are more than just anecdotes and as far as job sectors are concerned the healthcare sector at at thirty one thousand more than thirty one thousand jobs employment also grew and construction manufacturing employment fell for temp workers all levels of government added five thousand jobs last month the labor force participation rate was still relatively low what do you make of that what we've known for some time that we have a labor force labor supply problem this country that baby boomers retire hiring there's a lot of people who have left the labor market early perhaps because of disability or opioid abuse problems or because they've been so long without a job they've given up looking an decided to take early retirement so it's not a surprise that the participation rate which basically tells us how many working people are out there working or looking for work is it's flat and it's one reason why the unemployment rate continues to drop as employers look for new jobs they essentially drawing down the existing pool of available workers at some point we're going to hit some kind of like a barrier there and it's also going to raise a federal reserve's concerns about inflation and overheating and speaking of the federal reserve these figures probably should keep the fed in line to raise its benchmark interest rate at a meeting later this month and i think they're also talking about a rate hike in september that's right i think that the expectations are now firmly embedded that they will take the opportunity to raise rates in june they're still a question mark about whether how many more rate increases to expect this year whether it'd be one or two i think this report.

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"opioid abuse" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"opioid abuse" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Dumbarton that they that they have with with abuse and all the things that we know that happens and and and broken homes and so forth but the visual images and the information that they're they're supposedly supposed to comprehend and take in and milania trump yesterday at her unveiling of her initiative is first lady it's called be best and it's about the overall wellbeing of children both online and offline let us teach children the importance of all aspects of their wellbeing leaching clouds a social emotional and physical health there are too many critical issues facing children today so the three main pillars of be best will include wellbeing so media use an opioid abuse i believe we should thrive to provide kids we the tools well the tools to understand the perils that exists out there in the culture and how you can navigate around them and sometimes you have to go through them straight through them and every first lady finds her footing in her own way and someone like malania trump who did did come from that high flying world of whether being a fashion model and then married to trump and living the highlife and new york and all that all that comes with all that politics is is really different and i am i for one i'm really happy that she took her time and i'm also happy that she decided she didn't need to do this with a staff of thousands she has ten people working for her in the east wing of the white house and they are and even even at even cnn said this kate bennett said this on cnn who has done some actually really fair reporting included a montage of of some of the things she said yesterday in our in my monologue which were kind of snarky but she's she's done some fair reporting on the actual staffing of the east east wing of the white house and they're very methodical how they go about doing things and it's half the staff literally half the staff that michelle obama had.

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"opioid abuse" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"opioid abuse" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The with the father was armed and and and took the turks took the perpetrator on but one of the things brian i have a concern with up here in congress as we continue to talk about the debate with gun control and in our and all those sorts of things and we're not securing our schools and i i've got a bill out there which we're getting good traction on that would allow the school districts and the individual schools around the country to express their needs department of education and let that part of education used their sixty three billion dollar budget or part of it to begin to pay for things to security schools and keep these kids and teachers safe and that's what we need to go right now and i think this reminded us in maryland yesterday that we have not done our job insecurity in the schools and you know what i've been sitting here if you have to raise the age for rifle purchases to twenty one like handguns do it but then again this guy was with a handgun under twenty one so he shouldn't have you know he shouldn't have bought one to begin with shouldn't have had one so these people that want to get get these guns can get the gun we don't need to disarm the good people in america to the that would be the wrong thing to do but let's let's get our schools let's get our schools in situation where teachers and kids and go to school and parents don't have to worry and then continue to debate i congressman i hope you keep us in touch which was going on and i appreciate you calling in congressman roger williams whose district encompasses this area which has been terrorized for the last nineteen days austin texas congressman thanks so much thank you brian all right well we come back we're going to open up the phones one eight six four zero eight seven six six nine the other major story that the president spoke about a couple of days ago it probably struck your community your house your family your friends and that is opioid abuse around the country this these drugs are pouring in from our southern border most of which you coming from mexico some of which is manufactured in china and it's killing our people a hundred sixteen a day we're going to be joined by marianna rivera to talk about that.

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"opioid abuse" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"opioid abuse" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Said a divorce an illness more and more we're we're hearing the the catchphrase opioid you know the opioid the auto control opioid abuse in our country and it's very real isn't it i mean you're not talking about people that go from one drug to another to another it seemed like this one if they get into it they're like immediately a slave to it and it must not break up families but certainly people must put things like sometimes their job and certainly their taxes on the back burner yeah taxes are the least of their work i mean there are rules allow or waiver of penalties and interest if if that's applicable due to medical conditions illness and that would be considered one also just to give you out of somebody needs to document that let's say that i'm this basket case and i've come to you how do you present me to the irs to document that i had an issue and couldn't pay well i mean first off we would go through and determine how much you owe if you owe anything because many times people don't know as much as they think they or very small amount but if there wasn't a significant amount then we would ask them to get some type of record from something from their physician something from the hospital something from the rehab facility to show that we can then go back to the irs with say this was the situation and this is why we're asking for these penalties and to be waived for the individual that means that you need to be if you're if you're the victim here if you're the basil i would say are proactive in in being able to step up his l gay maybe i don't want people to know this about me but in this case will take day after we i mean in this case unfortunately i mean you would you would have to disclose that and again the only goes to somebody that's going to be reviewing your situation but also let let me just say that i mean even though we're giving advice here i just want make make it clear that we are just we're not tax financial or legal advice always consult the advisory and and.

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"opioid abuse" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"opioid abuse" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Eight seven seven five nine zero k lbj way i guess at some point the talk about foreseeing opioid abuse irs to get help ordering this is mandatory forever now these these states around the country are suing the manufacturers which i don't agree with but here it is from reuters news service the their states this is florida dow police in other first responders are frustrated about the lack of authority to detain users long enough for their heads declare so they can consider treatment in tampa healthcare professionals have families have a powerful legal tool it's called the march meant act and this allows law enforcement or first responders to involuntarily commit people in the substance abuse treatments they would get the ability to decide now of course it's not going to take off for some of the figure out that wait a minute if we start forcing people opioid abuse irs into treatment who's going to pay for that we're going to pay for that yet yeah will pay for that back in thirty seconds splint is here with on time traffic on this monday afternoon now a little bit heavier than i expected for spring break monday that we've got heavy congestion through downtown both directions of thirty five in and thirty five northbound from runberg all the way into round rock heavy delays on mole pack and also won 83 northbound from mo to breaker a wreck reported on when he three north on pain jen backing things up to thirty five have looks like they were able to clear the rac over on ben white eastbound approaching riverside drive that we're still seen heavy delays in between men topless and one 83 plus we've that the reported recco front 360 northbound just north of the cedar street and a racket lamar in north lou boulevard i melinda brandt with austin's on time truck.

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"opioid abuse" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"opioid abuse" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Of fog and a low of thirty six degrees tomorrow a slight chance of rain or drizzle with a high of fifty three more scattered showers on thursday a high in the low 60s rains expected friday a high in the mid 40s and then freezing rain and snow for the weekend that's the forecast from your severe weather station newsradio 700 wlw right now thirty four degrees our next update at ten thirty i'm rick you gino newsradio 700 wlw next newscast in less than thirty minutes on the newsradio 700 wlw wait i'm talking about heroin opioid abuse national car threatened for years and years now fifty th you'd worth carlos rice need all over the country not just people do a regular ational any at a like older people have had health problems aches and pains and so forth described the medications in inner either got hooked that way or whatever else i mean it is a just a horrible thing in we talked to open on all the byproducts of the epidemic that we're dealing with a guy who knows first hand about abuse of heroin and so forth and getting clean and staying clean all the other stuff that a society community has to deal with associated with it is a guy we've had on the show numerous times my gamble for my kimbell associates dot com welcome back a newsradio 700 wlw were sterling i hope you're doing all right tell you happy new year by the way happy new year to you and uh yeah it to the very busy climate that it it something i don't think we've ever experienced in this country that with with sixty four thousand people dying from a drug overdose because of this heroin epidemic it's absolutely out of control it's really insane it's killing more people than even breast cancer at this point uh which is hard to fathom and one of the things that we talked about it seems like one of the early times never had a conversation is the byproduct not just of the use and abuse in the overdoses and the stuff that individual's lives could spiral out of control but it is the communicable diseases issue with sharing needles in everything else that goes with that hiv hepatitus c and on on a goes so there's now of course may be a more.

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"opioid abuse" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"opioid abuse" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Of fog and a low of thirty six degrees tomorrow a slight chance of rain or drizzle with a high of fifty three more scattered showers on thursday a high in the low 60s rains expected friday a high in the mid 40s and then freezing rain and snow for the weekend that's the forecast from your severe weather station newsradio 700 wlw right now thirty four degrees our next update at ten thirty i'm rick you gino newsradio 700 wlw next newscast in less than thirty minutes on the newsradio 700 wlw wait i'm talking about heroin opioid abuse national car threatened for years and years now fifty th you'd worth carlos rice need all over the country not just people do a regular ational any at a like older people have had health problems aches and pains and so forth described the medications in inner either got hooked that way or whatever else i mean it is a just a horrible thing in we talked to open on all the byproducts of the epidemic that we're dealing with a guy who knows first hand about abuse of heroin and so forth and getting clean and staying clean all the other stuff that a society community has to deal with associated with it is a guy we've had on the show numerous times my gamble for my kimbell associates dot com welcome back a newsradio 700 wlw were sterling i hope you're doing all right tell you happy new year by the way happy new year to you and uh yeah it to the very busy climate that it it something i don't think we've ever experienced in this country that with with sixty four thousand people dying from a drug overdose because of this heroin epidemic it's absolutely out of control it's really insane it's killing more people than even breast cancer at this point uh which is hard to fathom and one of the things that we talked about it seems like one of the early times never had a conversation is the byproduct not just of the use and abuse in the overdoses and the stuff that individual's lives could spiral out of control but it is the communicable diseases issue with sharing needles in everything else that goes with that hiv hepatitus c and on on a goes so there's now of course may be a more.

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"opioid abuse" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"opioid abuse" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"700 wlw weather center overnight tonight chance of rain some areas of fog and a low of thirty six degrees tomorrow a slight chance of rain or drizzle with a high of fifty three more scattered showers on thursday a high in the low 60s rains expected friday a high in the mid 40s and then freezing rain and snow for the weekend that's the forecast from your severe weather station newsradio 700 wlw right now thirty four degrees our next update at ten thirty i'm rick you gino newsradio 700 wlw next newscast in less than thirty minutes on the newsradio 700 wlw wait i'm talking about heroin opioid abuse national car threatened for years and years now fifty th you'd worth carlos rice need all over the country not just people do a regular ational any at a like older people have had health problems aches and pains and so forth described the medications in inner either got hooked that way or whatever else i mean it is a just a horrible thing in we talked to open on all the byproducts of the epidemic that we're dealing with a guy who knows first hand about abuse of heroin and so forth and getting clean and staying clean all the other stuff that a society community has to deal with associated with it is a guy we've had on the show numerous times my gamble for my kimbell associates dot com welcome back a newsradio 700 wlw were sterling i hope you're doing all right tell you happy new year by the way happy new year to you and uh yeah it to the very busy climate that it it.

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"opioid abuse" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"opioid abuse" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"And widespread opioid abuse the professors argued now she goes into how this oped with those are pretty straightforward and universal concepts right get married before you have kids stay married when you have kids get an education that will let you get a good job work hard don't be idle don't drink too much don't break the law that's it really it's really sound advice it is really really good advice and i just see the shuttle slowmoving devastation within my peer group of people who have bought into this you know yeah no damage trump's going to drink anarchy drinking and lots of drinking maybe some drugs here and there too and drinking and drugs and drinking and drugs and they don't realize the longterm effect that it is having on them that they are not were they would otherwise be in their careers in their personal lives that it is actually slowing them down physically and professionally and personally so i see this happening all the time now i think everything a much on people don't have a drink i like to drink once in a while but drinking is a dangerous beast i've talked about this on the show before and alcoholism is much more subtle then they are among the barred i'm bigger and fight being run ever see no alcoholism is i come home every day and i have a few drinks and i get a little buzzed and if i don't i get nervous if i don't i'm agitated it that's what or at least having an alcohol problem maybe not a fullfledged alcoholism but and alcohol problem is is bad enough but this advice as i said was pretty straightforward but people freaked out here's what heather writes in the.

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"opioid abuse" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"opioid abuse" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

"Across the board and at the end of the day it just is what it is but one white start to get affected that's usually when change habits but in this situation it just seems like the pharmaceutical tentacles are so deep and so ingrained financially in the american political system that they will just win this battle and we're going to continue to see incarceration rates rise opioid abuse continue to skyrocket and nothing remotely close to a plausible solution such as rehabilitation is even being proposed or eight is the great equaliser here yep and you know you look at another fiscal responsibility argument when it comes to legalization of marijuana 20 billion bucks that's what the economy would make a federally if we legalize marijuana across the board of course than you would have people uh you know that won't be going to jail when beginning locked up and that industry might theoretically lose a little bit of business so we'll see if that he ever happens because the powersthatbe wanna maintain a stranglehold on their economic success and to do that they have to have extremely harsh punishments for people all across this country i mean come on that where would you rather go to work every day the marijuana store or a fucking prison right you want to talk about economics if you're yoggu ballagh making the american people happier yeah you don't there wanted to marijuana will create jobs do you want to go work on a marijuana farm or do you want to go a serve slop in a prison cafeteria the amine it's unbelievable so that's that's the that's where we're rat right now with the opioid crisis it doesn't seem to be going away it is not going away any time soon and donald trump that speech.

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"opioid abuse" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"opioid abuse" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"The conversation with c4 expect more wbal newsradio 1090 so we'll be talking about opioid abuse the things that are going on and reaction to that level of the president but dresses us all that their cousin will be with a selfappointed seal three so i'm thinking you will get to the roof of thinking the president will speak after you never know it's been a weird couple of days i know or other able to speak i tell you about the opioid take my brother just had the he was tommy johnson yet her dream so know the zero mexico got sixty oxycontin pills from his doctor 60 now if they had removed his shoulder and put it back on energy everything and cut him from his stemmed astaire yeah i would understand that but that strikes me as a mother tells you where we are with pain a loved have how we do it pay this country so many people would much rather that experience any pay them us in your brother's one guy i call him day want throw him out or sell the icon thrown out the don't i want a piece of their dunk on it because he's got two daughters that are younger and have they'll get onto a the guys friends coming around and if you to somebody maybe they'll just take one or two 'cause he took one he took one the first day and he said he felt grace at that's how it gets you my dad to you one with my father had his hip replacement the before the cancer that we had hip replacement they gave him ozarks aci he took one of them and he said it made him feel so he never took any more after that no pain epa scott great it was like this is too good i appeal to take in this and that's the problem so to give sixty of them is insane but that's the problem we face that's what president treble was talking about today and the governor chris christie einstein's also a part of this whole opioid governor chris christie if you remember during the campaign pain told a very compelling story about a friend of his from law school very successful.

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"opioid abuse" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"opioid abuse" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"In opioid abuse is on the rise again so our drug overdose deaths cbs's steven portnoy says the issue was on the president's agenda today could president tweets still hold a major briefing on the opioid crisis thank god it's about time dr david freedman a neuroscientist wakf forest university says more americans need to appreciate how severe the opioid addiction crisis hits were used to drugs like heroin in the inner cities which was accompanied by lots of petty crime but drug overdoses now kill more americans each year than gun homicides and car crashes combined the president's commission on opioid addiction recommend is that mr trump declare a public health emergency steven portnoy cbs news the white house a draft report from third team government agencies says the us is feeling the effects of climate change the analysis leaked to the new york times over fears the trump administration will supressive heavy rains have triggered flooding an eastern texashouston has been hard hit michael walter is with the city's emergency management office we have vehicle back folks have you abandoned as a result of then getting duck we do have an initial report of structural weddings that we have them warehouses and possibly some homes and apartment that may have taken on water in seventy two percent in a cbs news poll say they're on easy about a possible military con frontier asian with north korea 35 percent say they are confident president trump can handle the situation asia analyst gordon chang says china is key to the success of new sanctions against north korea the problem is that these are the seventh set of un sanctions china has violated the previous six set us of officials say an iranian drone came within one hundred feet of a us navy warplane in the persian gulf plane took steps to avoid it it sounds like science fiction a new gadget they can start healing oregon's in a fraction of a second pete's called tissue nano transaction or t anti it's a small silicon chip that can rapidly reach program skins cells into whatever types of cells are needed for treating wounds or disease the ohio university researchers say one touch of tnt completely repaired the injured legs of mice in three weeks and restore the brain function in a mouse who suffered a stroke if the fda approved at it could be part of battleground in emergency medicine in as little as a year to keep our cb s needs hackers of dow posted files.

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"opioid abuse" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"opioid abuse" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Money for opioid abuse i senators and states where that matters for conservatives he might add some flexibility for states on medicaid or other aca rules just the way the paul ryan did in the house meanwhile the the president has not given a speech about why the senate bill would be better than the aca his remarks have been limited to generalities just attacking obamacare is failing and promising that the republican replacement will be really great so he hasn't given a speech defending the spill that he wants the senate to pass what ha we've been talking about he's been talking about a lot of other things to day today he had an event about energy it is actually energy week at the white house he also met with family members of people who have been killed or hurt by illegal immigrants this is a longstanding theme of his so you'd have to say that this president doesn't have a laser focus on one policy issue he has a kaleidoscopic it focus and he started the day is usually does with a communication to the public about what's on his mind he tweeted an attack on amazon and the washington post both owned by jeff bezos falsely accusing amazon of not paying internet taxes white house officials couldn't say what he meant by the absence there isn't any such thing as an internet tax he might have been talking about state sales taxes which amazon does pay but one little clue about his thinking he might be reacting to some washington post stories because he also tweeted some of the fake news media like to say i am not totally engaged in healthcare wrong i know the subject well and want victory for u s p ours marlyse and thank you thank you as we've heard one of the issues causing concern among some republican senators is what the healthcare bill would mean for states dealing with problems related to opioid addiction.

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"opioid abuse" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"opioid abuse" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"Why we see in ebina floated this in the late sixties early so 70s we saw an influx of certain drugs in mid80s we saw cocaine become very popular in and leader crack cocaine what is it that is going on in society right now that his lending itself specifically toward opioid abuse but all drugs yet let's understand anthem basics here that the police south of the country local state federal are unable have never been able to put a dent into the sue nami through nami of drugs may across the united states border mexico or anywhere else and sadly for the last fifty years my profession has told the public if you just give us a you'll billions and billions of dollars will stop these drugs will arrest the last drug dealer of course the only good news is the public now is aware that that is a poll statement the this is not true and that the police are completely helpless have no impact now when we say no is is that i mean i have friends launched workforce manabi slow you're in law enforcement and you have friends there it when we say no impact is it not an effective impact or literally no impact literally no impact the a full the but even if da in their literature has said that drugs are readily available to america's youth today we know that heroine is available for example in every small town in america this issue effort trillion t tump trillion dollars we've gone backwards were now you can get any hardro and the good news is america's now right federal level at government level the police to go to the legislature or go to congress that give us more billion so we can rest more drug dealers even though this is a completely meaningless at because we know but don't tell anybody that every dry a dealer arrested shot her killed your place immediately so do we know why the demand though i mean i'm an economics guy and i just look at supply and demand and a you covering the supply side very well but why rate now is the regret or demand seemingly than there has been in a generation world a to thing one the the uh the industry's who produce oxycodone oxycontin at cetera perdue and the others misled the government.

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