Attorneys General Call for Federal Legislation to Return Prescription Drug Settlement Money to the States

Washington, DC—The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) sent a letter today to the U.S. Senate Finance Committee chair and ranking member, asking them to introduce legislation that would allow the federal government to return prescription drug settlement money to the states. At issue is a prescription drug benefit, known as Medicare Part D, for…

Read More →

“First, Do No Harm”: Criminal Prosecutions of Doctors for Distributing Controlled Substances Outside of Legitimate Medical Need

NAGTRI revisited a 2007 study on physicians who had been prosecuted for prescribing controlled substances. The goal of this project was to determine if there had been any shift in the numbers of prosecutions, patient addictions, or states issuing opioid prescription guidelines since the 2007 study in an effort to curb the opioid abuse epidemic across the country.

Read More →