President Donald Trump has signed legislation aimed at giving Customs and Border Protection agents additional screening devices to stop the flow of illicit drugs, specifically opioids like fentanyl.
Trump has made fighting the opioid epidemic a centerpiece of his administration, though critics say he hasn't dedicated almost enough money or resources to make a difference.
US Central Command investigating video posted to social media
The longer video was posted on a Facebook page and has since been deleted but has been reposted on other sites. John Thomas, a spokesman for US Central Command, which oversees USA troops in Afghanistan , told CNN.
"So we're going to sign this". He said, "In Massachusetts, like OH, it's an epidemic", adding, "This is the epidemic". "It's gone from prescription drugs to heroin, but it is now a fentanyl epidemic in the country, and the legislation [Trump signed] will give the tools to our law enforcement, to our detection people in the country to be able to identify it before it gets into the hands of families in our country".
Temer chega ao Hospital Sírio-Libanês, em São Paulo, para consultas médicas
Temer passou por uma consulta de retorno dos procedimentos cardiológicos e urológicas aos quais foi submetido no fim de 2017. O presidente precisou utilizar uma sonda, que já foi retirada, e ainda tratou uma infecção urinária.
King voted for the bipartisan bill, which he said is created to combat opioid abuse by providing chemical screening devices to U.S. Customs and Border Protection employees. It appropriates $9 million for hundreds of new screening devices, laboratory equipment, and facilities. "And it feels like a very giant step, but unfortunately it's not going to be a giant step, because no matter what you do, this is something that keeps pouring in", he said. "We're going to find the answer".
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