We need flexibility in combating drug addiction. Too often addicts get clean from one drug only to start another and many use multiple drugs. The opiod problem is rooted with doctors and pharmaceutical companies and legal action should be, and has been, taken against those that abuse the public. The meth crisis is taking as many lives as the opiod crisis. Meth cuts across all classes, just as opiod addiction does. This bill is needed to give substance abuse clinics the needed flexibility to serve their patients.