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  The Effects of the Repeal of Obamacare on Addiction Treatment Costs The early part of 2010 witnessed the rolling out of new healthcare policies by the Obama administration. These policies were formulated to offer accessible and affordable health insurance cover to those Americans who were previously uninsured. The Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment reported…

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10/9/18 The recent approval by the FDA, of the latest anti-seizure medication Epidiolex , has attracted a lot of new attention for CBD oil. But significant enthusiasm was already rising daily. CBD is being promoted as a “effective medical elixir” and marketed in everything from gummy bears, cosmetics to bottled water. Cannabidiol was isolated in…

Reverse Citizens United, because only people are people

10/11/18 University researchers reported the self-treatment of chronic pain and opioid withdrawal with kratom. The main alkaloid of kratom, mitragynine, binds mu- and kappa-opioid receptors, but has additional receptor benefits that might help its effectiveness at removing opioid withdrawal. The natural quantified history of kratom use, including its clinical pharmacology and toxicology, are not widely…

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Addiction and ObamaCare   5 Excellent Obamacare Benefits that will no longer be available to Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Patients The Affordable Care Act (ACA) or the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) was passed by President Barack Obama in 2010. This act was brought into effect with the aim of making quality…

Stand against unlimited campaign spending, vote for I-166

BILLINGS GAZETTE • October 15, 2012 • By VERNER BERTELSEN Montanans have a choice this election: Speak up before your voice is drowned out entirely by big corporations with limitless money to spend on campaigns. This is your chance to stand with Montanans, not the out-of-state interests that seek to buy our elections. On your ballot,…