U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder recently admitted that law enforcement isn’t enough to effectively address the opiate crisis.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder recently spoke in a video on the Justice Department’s website regarding the heroin and prescription painkiller problem in America. He mentioned that the DEA has opened up over 4,500 heroin-related cases since 2011, but also admitted that law enforcement alone isn’t enough. Holder stated, It’s clear that opiate addiction is an urgent — and growing — public health crisis,” and that more attention should be placed on treatment as well. Despite his acknowledgement of that fact, the Justice Dept. must still justify their budget and spend ridiculously unnecessary amounts of money on the law enforcement side of the drug problem.
Millions wasted on a drug war that would be more effectively spent on treatment.
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