States can now use funds earmarked for the opioid crisis to address the surge in meth and cocaine use, thanks to a spending bill passed by Congress in late 2019. The change affects a $1.5 billion grant program previously restricted to dealing with the opioid epidemic. Experts say it could be a game-changer where meth is much more prevalent than opioids.

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