Diane Black Releases Opioid Strategy

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Rep. Diane Black, hoping to stand out in a crowded field for Tennessee governor, released a comprehensive blueprint Wednesday for tackling the opioids crisis, saying her training as a licensed nurse gives her a unique perspective into a problem that is ravaging communities.

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4 Thoughts to “Diane Black Releases Opioid Strategy”

  1. John J.

    Hmmm, “as a long-time nurse, was “was trained to go to the root causes and diagnose problems from the bottom up.””

    Did Ms. Black worked two jobs, nurse AND Congresswoman/State Senator/State Rep, did she complete the 10 hours of CEU’s required every two years, to be an RN in TN? Ms. Blacks seems to suffer from an exaggerated memory. Remember her story about being “assaulted” by three black men, that broke her jaw and hurt her back?

    Certainly, she has been “practicing” her trade, by giving us “treatment” from the bottom up; trillion dollar a year deficits, 22+ trillion in debt, no repeal of ObamaCare, no defunding of Planned Parenthood, etc, etc! No Ms. Black does NOT deserve a promotion to Governor!

    1. 83ragtop50

      Hard to argue with your logic. However, there is not a better alternative candidate. Unless you are a liberal and favor Bedesen.

  2. Papa

    Interesting! 42,000 deaths related to opiods and TWO years later Black has a “strategy”, just in time for her campaign for governor!

  3. 83ragtop50

    Not sure how a nursing background provides her with special incite of this problem. It is not like the governor will be dispensing pill or administering injections. I sure wish that there was a better choice than Black for governor. Sort of like having to take the runt of the litter.