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Deadly Opioid Crisis Is The US Government?s Fault, Not Big Pharma?s

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CMS would pay hospitals more if they had higher scores.”The questions created a financial incentive for hospitals to prescribe more pain medication, with queries like: “How often was your pain well controlled?” and “How often did the hospital staff do everything they could to help with your pain?”If anyone should be held liable for the opioid epidemic’s many deaths and ruined lives, it’s the U.S. Congress and the federal health bureaus.Meanwhile, the U.S. federal government is literally jailing people for growing, selling, or even having the cannabis plant in their pocket, which has well-known, widely-attested palliative effects for pain and discomfort, and which it is impossible to die from consuming.The Democrats’ highly-touted Medicare for All scheme would likely cause more deaths by using tax dollars to expand a government health program that makes its enrollees 600% more likely to become addicted to a deadly drug.The solution is not to burn down the factory that made the pain pills.It’s to get government out of health care.The views expressed in the article are solely those of the author and do not represent those of, nor should they be attributed to, CCN.Grew up reading Isaac Asimov, J.R.R. Tolkien, The Bible, Ayn Rand, John Locke, and Robert Heinlein while listening to conservative talk radio, reading used economics textbooks, and reading through most mainstream political newspapers and magazines.

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