Category: Elder Law


Congress Reaches Agreement on Opioids Legislation


The House is expected to vote today on the final package of bills (H.R. 6) aimed at addressing the opioid epidemic. This week, a conference committee of House and Senate members reached an agreement on the differences between what the House had passed in June and what the Senate passed last week. The Senate is expected to vote on the conference bill in the coming weeks.




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