When it comes to the opioid crisis in America, Black people are being left out of the conversation.
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Christie gave a speech to more than 1,000 clinicians, law enforcement and state leaders in Indianapolis Monday as part of the Indiana attorney general’s annual symposium on drug abuse and heroin.
By filing a lawsuit, the city of Indianapolis will follow the lead of dozens of states and cities that have already pointed the finger at the corporations that promoted and profited from the surge in pain medication prescriptions that preceded the addiction crisis.
The website will house information such as data, facts, Indiana initiatives, ways to get involved, and information on opioid abuse treatment, prevention and enforcement.
Indianapolis will be the first city in Indiana to pursue this type of legal action.
Last week Gov. Eric Holcomb announced that Indiana is rolling out a program to closely monitor prescriptions for opioids
Women face a lot of government red tape when trying to access the medications they need to manage their addictions while maintaining a healthy pregnancy.