My wife, Sheryl WuDunn, and I were at a conference last week on addiction, and I come away scared.
If you’re not frightened of fentanyl, you’re not paying attention. It’s a synthetic opioid that is cheap and deadly, and it’s hard to overstate its impact.
A little over a year ago, organizations from the health, faith, labor and business community across our state joined together because they believed in one simple idea: that in life’s most challenging moments and most joyful, no one should be forced to choose between their job and their family.
Just think about what has been going on recently.
It was alleged that some Democrat-controlled states misappropriated money for COVID-19 relief to teach critical race theory in public schools. …