The latest task force report isn't the first to suggest major reforms to the Chicago Police Department, but it might be the first to result in real change.
There's a growing movement to make the drug that can reverse overdoses widely available at pharmacies, police departments and schools.
While states are focused on the opioid epidemic, they may not be paying enough attention to the lab-created drugs that are hard to control.
It’s one of the few issues with bipartisan support in Washington. But for several reasons, the chances for change this year are dwindling.