Yes, yes, yes. It is getting better but it is not where it needs to be. Opiates don't seem be over-prescribed at the rate they were a few years ago, however, for those that do need them for legitimate pain relief the risk of addiction is still really high, and medical facilities are not helping this. For instance, a client of mine was told by her doctor that if at the next visit she didn't have more of the opiate in her urinal screen she would not be able to get the medicine again. This client only takes the medicine as needed when her pain is at its most severe. The doctor was telling her to take more of the Opiates than actually required because of the current policies. And let me be clear I absolutely am for the prescription of Opiates to people that need them. This bill is not saying let's make it harder to get them, it is reevaluating ways to make sure those that need them are getting them while lessening the risk of abuse.