Tag: opioid crisis
Last week, Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody called on President Joe Biden to secure the border to help end the national opioid crisis. “The president’s illegal immigration policies have allowed a skyrocketing amount of fentanyl...
The funds will be distributed over the course of 17 years.
Last week, U.S. Rep. Stephanie Murphy, D-Fla., joined U.S. Rep. David Trone, D-Md., and a panel of experts in a discussion about China’s role in America’s opioid crisis, how the crisis is harming American families and communities and what more the U.S. can do to combat the problem.
After taking the oath of office on Jan. 8, 2019, Attorney General Moody quickly went to work to fulfill campaign promises—fighting to end the opioid crisis, combating human trafficking, supporting Florida law enforcement officers and working hard to protect all Floridians.
On Wednesday, Florida First Lady Casey DeSantis launched “The Facts. Your Future.” initiative warning young people about the dangers of substance abuse.
At the annual Florida Behavioral Health Conference in Orlando on Wednesday, a new statewide association launched with the support of a prominent Florida Republican.
Wells, who is from Green Grove Springs, launched her bid for the Republican nomination on Monday.
As America collectively sighs with frustration, Congress and the media continue focusing on their own priorities. They remain increasingly out of touch to what’s crushing so many.
Rubio and the senators went to bat for Medicaid Advantage, noting in 2018 it provided care to more than 21 million seniors and disabled Americans, including almost 1.8 million residents of the Sunshine State.
Opioids claim the lives of 14 Floridians a day. Moody offered some insight on what the group will be focusing on as she readies to take office next month.