GREEN BAY — Gov. Scott Walker has signed two more bills designed to fight opioid abuse.
The governor signed the bills Monday in Green Bay.
“Wisconsin is leading the nation when it comes to addressing opioid and heroin abuse,” Governor Walker said in a statement. “This nationwide epidemic knows no boundaries. By working with law enforcement officials, medical professionals, school districts and community members we can help Wisconsin families and our communities from the dangers of opioid abuse. I am proud to have now signed 30 bills into law addressing this epidemic.”