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Opioid addiction is a growing concern across the United States, where it’s estimated that 44 people die of prescription opioid overdoses every day. Read More
WASHINGTON—The Pew Charitable Trusts released an issue brief today describing the uncoordinated and uncertain regulatory environment surrounding the use of mobile devices to make payments. The brief highlights the significant risks to consumers at each stage of the mobile payments process—contracting for services, using mobile devices to make payments, and tracking transactions after... Read More
In a political climate in which the two major parties don’t always see eye to eye, one issue is bringing them together. Republicans and Democrats agree that we must address the tragedy of prescription drug abuse. With 44 people dying every day from overdoses of oxycodone, hydrocodone, and similar opioid pain relievers, recognition is growing that misuse of these drugs is a complex disease... Read More
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