Trump Promised To ‘Liberate’ Americans From Opioid Crisis. But States Say Little Has Been Done.

The public health emergency President Donald Trump declared is set to expire later this month, and public health officials in the states are frustrated that there were more “thoughts and prayers” and than money to back it up. Meanwhile, Trump signs legislation aimed at tackling the epidemic, the Cherokee Nation’s lawsuit against opioid makers is dealt a blow, Ohio issues new guidelines on painkillers and work-related back injuries, and more.