In this episode of the Cover2 Resources podcast, Greg interviews Lenny Bernstein, a journalist at The Washington Post. Recently, Lenny’s team spent a year investigating the rising death rate of rural white Americans. They found some startling evidence for why many rural Americans were falling victim to diseases of despair—alcoholism, suicide, and drug overdose. His team discovered that some distribution companies were giving rural pharmacies much more pills than they could possibly sell or store.
Listen to the podcast to hear Lenny explain what the DEA did about the distribution companies and why the epidemic continues today.