New Study Says Opioid Epidemic Is Costing Massachusetts Economy Billions


Nov 14 2018

By Paul Tuthill, WAMC

The study from the Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation puts the cost to the state’s economy at $7 billion in lost business productivity. The report concludes the opioid crisis is far from over and is likely to get worse, as more lethal synthetic drugs such as fentanyl proliferate. The foundation is hosting a forum Friday in Boston on the opioid epidemic. Governor Charlie Baker and Attorney General Maura Healey are scheduled to participate.
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