Friday, July 28, 2017

Show-Me Guv Talking Junkie Cousin To Promote Missouri Prescription Crackdown

A personal story that's surprisingly relatable to most voters as Missouri starts spying on even more scripts . . .

Year after losing cousin to heroin overdose, Gov. Greitens takes strides to crack down on crisis

LIBERTY, Mo. -- Missouri's top dog was in town Friday and wants to crack down on the addiction crisis. At the Clay County Courthouse Governor Eric Greitens released his plan to do that. The governor spent the afternoon visiting the drug court, talking with judges, staffers and graduates about the state's opioid crisis.

4 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Don't worry about my medicine cabinet Navy boy. I'm not your cousin and I doubt you're capable of being fair and impartial in this matter.

I say if somebody wants to do dope prescription or not and you can't get through to them and they're adults , without the willpower and the brains to know that they're destroying themselves, fuck it let them do what they want. Let's spend time and energy and resources on things that we can do something about.

Anonymous said...

Just another gimmick to hire more bureaucrats, build a bigger castle and create a perpetual tax burden for citizens. This from a state that can't keep I-70 repaired.

Anonymous said...

Opioids aren't addictive. I take them all day long.

Anonymous said...

I know. I've read your comments.