‘We’re Losing 43,000 People Each Year’: DEA Chief Focuses On Overdoses

‘We’re Losing 43,000 People Each Year’: DEA Chief Focuses On Overdoses

The acting head of the Drug Enforcement Administration says he was shocked by how many people die every day from opiate overdoses. Chuck Rosenberg gives NPR his first interview since taking the job.

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