New WCW Op-Ed: “The Government’s Battle Against Opioid Addiction Is Important. It’s Also Wasteful.”

29 April 2016 | Newsworthy

 

MUST READ: Check out our new op-ed in the Huffington Post:The Government’s Battle Against Opioid Addiction Is Important. It’s Also Wasteful.”

Money quote:

How does LSD impact bunny rabbits ($6.5 million, NIH payout: 5R01MH016841)? And how does a female monkey function when she’s high on cocaine ($1.3 million, NIH payout: 5R01DA038588)? Hopefully, you have a burning interest in the answers to such questions, because you just paid to find out via your IRS bill last week.

And this:

This all boils down to a simple question, really: Why continue to throw money to tenured college professors who are not facing any kind of a crisis—let alone anything on the scale of the opioid abuse crisis?

To read more of Campaign Manager Anthony Bellotti’s new op-ed in the Huffington Post please follow this link.

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