North Carolina Takes Steps To Address Opioid Crisis

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Four North Carolinians die from a medication or drug overdose every day. Health experts are projecting that this year, opiates will surpass car crashes as the leading cause of accidental deaths in the state.

State lawmakers are hoping new legislation can help slow the epidemic, as Jeff Tiberii (@j_tibs) from Here & Now contributor WUNC reports.

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