What you need to know about the Trump administration’s opioid crisis

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AUGUSTA, Ga.

— President Donald Trump’s administration has proposed sweeping changes to how drug companies distribute pain pills and heroin, but the proposals are at odds with the medical community, leading to some skepticism that they can deliver any real relief.

The proposed changes, released Monday, are the latest step in the president’s attempt to make the opioid crisis worse, while at the same time pushing for more federal and state help.

In a statement, the White House said the plan will give more states the ability to take action and provide federal money to local communities to tackle the opioid epidemic.

“This plan is a step in that direction, but it does not address the root causes of this crisis, the underlying causes of the opioid addiction epidemic, or the real solutions that are needed to address this problem,” the White

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