CARA 2.0 makes a statement on the opioid crisis

March 14, 2018 Julie Miller

Julie Miller, Editor in Chief

To continue the momentum of CARA 2016, a bipartisan group of senators introduced CARA 2.0, which would authorize $1 billion for prevention, law enforcement, treatment and recovery. Experts see it as a positive indicator.

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