Calif. Legislative Bill Wants To Raise Funds To Fight Opioid Addiction By Steve Milne • Mar 15, 2017 ShareTweetEmail Fighting opioid addiction in California is the goal of a new state bill. Capital Public Radio's Steve Milne reports. Listen Listening... / 0:58 KVCR's Ken Vincent introduces report from Capital Public Radio's Steve Milne Tags: California public healthalcohol and drug abuseopioid addictionShareTweetEmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Heroin Overdoses Have Doubled Among Younger Californians By Ja'Nel Johnson • Feb 2, 2017 commons.wikimedia.org The number of heroin overdoses in California has doubled for certain age groups in the last four years. Capital Public Radio's health care reporter Ja'Nel Johnson has details. Riverside County and San Diego County Push Anti-Drug Proposals By Ken Vincent • Oct 4, 2016 www.rand.org County supervisors in San Diego and Riverside counties are pushing anti-drug measures to the forefront this week, as KVCR's Ken Vincent explains. Report: Drug And Alcohol Use Down Among Calif. School Students By Ed Joyce • Jul 19, 2016 Drug and alcohol use dropped among students in California and school safety increased. Capital Public Radio's Ed Joyce reports on the result of a new statewide report. Researchers Warn California Medical Pot Smokers About Mold And Bacteria-Laden Marijuana By Steve Milne • Feb 9, 2017 www.youtube.com Medical researchers at UC Davis are urging some medical marijuana pot users to stop smoking the drug to avoid risk of lung infection. Capital Public Radio's Steve Milne reports.