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DEA, Big Pharma and the Hard Drug Epidemic: DEA Secretly Approved Ever Greater Quantities of Oxycodone and Morphine

This is how the various "drug enforcement" law agencies make sure they have big budgets and a job to do.

DEA approved drug production



By John Temple
The feds could choke off the supply of pills flooding American streets tomorrow. Instead, they let Big Pharma crank out 151 tons of it last year.

The federal government is actively fueling a killer drug epidemic behind closed doors.

The Drug Enforcement Administration—tasked with fighting the war on drugs—has for the past two decades approved ever-greater quantities of controlled substances like oxycodone for manufacture and sale in the U.S. by pharmaceutical companies.

In 1993, the DEA allowed pharmaceutical companies to manufacture 3,520 kilograms of oxycodone. In 2015, the DEA authorized production of 137,500 kilograms of oxycodone. That’s a 39-fold increase in 22 years, the equivalent of turning two Buicks into four Boeing 737s. Either Americans are in 39 times more pain than we were 20 years ago, or something else is wrong.

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