DEA eyes changes, not repeal, of embattled 2016 law on opioids
A top DEA official told Congress on Tuesday the agency would like to reform – rather than repeal – a 2016 law that made it harder for agents to suspend opioid shipments that could fall into the hands of corrupt doctors or criminal dealers. Demetra Ashley, an acting assistant administrator, said the Drug Enforcement Administration has…
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