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Data released by the CDC late last year shows a significant increase in deaths related to drug overdoses in 2020, resulting in “the highest number of overdose deaths ever recorded in a 12-month period.”
Data released by the CDC late last year shows a significant increase in deaths related to drug overdoses in 2020, resulting in “the highest number of overdose deaths ever recorded in a 12-month period.”
 
Today, White House officials issued the following statements after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released official 2018 mortality statistics that showed drug overdose deaths declined for the first time in 29 years.
Today, White House officials issued the following statements after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released official 2018 mortality statistics that showed drug overdose deaths declined for the first time in 29 years.
 
The North Carolina Payers Council, a group of public and private health care payers formed as part of Governor Roy Cooper's 2017 North Carolina Opioid Action Plan to identify, align and implement policies to combat the opioid crisis, today released a report that identifies a five-pronged approach to
The North Carolina Payers Council, a group of public and private health care payers formed as part of Governor Roy Cooper's 2017 North Carolina Opioid Action Plan to identify, align and implement policies to combat the opioid crisis, today released a report that identifies a five-pronged approach to
 
A proposed Good Samaritan law - that would give someone who calls 911 for help for someone who had overdosed on drugs limited immunity from prosecution - cleared the Senate on Tuesday. It now goes to the House.
A proposed Good Samaritan law - that would give someone who calls 911 for help for someone who had overdosed on drugs limited immunity from prosecution - cleared the Senate on Tuesday. It now goes to the House.
 
A person who calls 911 for help for someone who has overdosed on drugs would receive limited immunity from prosecution under a Good Samaritan Law that passed a Senate committee Thursday.
A person who calls 911 for help for someone who has overdosed on drugs would receive limited immunity from prosecution under a Good Samaritan Law that passed a Senate committee Thursday.
 
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