Governor Carney Will Sign Package of Legislation to Combat Addiction Crisis

Legislation expands access to substance abuse treatment, and strengthens oversight of prescriptions

WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney on Tuesday will sign into law Senate Bill 41, House Bill 91, and House Bill 100, a package of legislation that will expand access to substance abuse treatment, strengthen oversight of opiate prescription patterns and combat Delaware’s addiction crisis.

WHEN:     2 p.m., Tuesday, May 30

WHERE:  Governor’s Office, Carvel State Office Building, 12th Floor
820 N. French Street, Wilmington

WHO:     Governor John Carney
Lieutenant Governor Bethany Hall-Long
Attorney General Matt Denn
Senator Stephanie Hansen
Senator Margaret Rose Henry
Senator Anthony Delcollo
Representative Helene Keeley
Representative Michael Mulrooney
Dr. Kara Odom Walker, Secretary, Department of Health and Social Services
MaryBeth Cichocki
Dave Humes, atTAcK Addiction
Gail Humes, atTAcK Addiction
Don Keister, atTAcK Addiction
Jeanne Keister, atTAcK Addiction
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