We have interagency task forces that are supposed to be fighting the opiod epidemic already. These narcotics are making it into the country for many reasons. One outstanding problem is the DHS can't fill enough Border Agent positions. Resources, not a wall, should be invested in new technologies. Just yesterday a submersible "boat" was stopped in the Pacific Ocean with tons of cocaine. Walls aren't the answer. These drugs are being driven in or arrive by freight containers. I understand the need to say new legislation is being passed to say the fight on opiods is being addressed. What about the results right now? Providing more aid to established DEA, ATF and FBI Task Force's seems more logical than funding a new team under the umbrella of DHS. We need resources into prevention and recovery programs as well. The doctors who have been pill farms have made it almost impossible to get opiod drugs for those who need it. We all have ideas on how to tackle the epidemic and need to let our representatives know. Until the White House and Justice Department decide to face the problem head on in the hardest hit areas no amount of task forces will be enough.