Grandmother of Opioid Crisis Victim Fights to Pass 28th Amendment

Corinne Dodge is working to get money out of politics after losing her grandson to the opioid crisis.
 
“The pharmaceutical companies pumped this OxyContin into our communities they went right to the one thing that was addictive, and the research indicated that they knew it was addictive when they pumped it out into our communities,” she explained. “And these deaths now are coming left and right.”