More Americans are aware of the rural opioid crisis but needs more attention

A national poll reveals promising trends in rural opioid misuse.

A new poll reveals promising trends in addressing the rural opioid crisis, with 60 percent saying adults in their community are more aware of the issue compared to five years ago. While it is welcome progress, farm groups say more work is needed.

National Farmers Union President, Rob Larew spoke to RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander about what stood out from this poll, if he feels work is being made, and if there are new programs on the horizon.

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