In August, 2016, one small West Virginia city dealt with 27 heroin overdoses in just a four-hour span. Earlier in 2016, the Buffalo, New York area saw 23 fatal overdoses in eleven days. Although these particular examples took place in 2016, similar occurrences can unfortunately be found in other times and locations.
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Prepare a report in Microsoft Word that covers the following points:
Conduct an analysis of the opiate addiction problem. Be sure to include a look at how users become introduced to opiates and opioids in the first place.
Describe the factors that contribute to these problems. Incorporate the theories from earlier in the course where appropriate.
Propose specific recommendations for resolving the problems. Analyze whether this issue should be approached as a law enforcement or a healthcare issue.
Identify expected changes that will occur in the community’s perception of the criminal justice system when these policies are instituted.
ontinues to be strong amongst wine firms. The global wine industry has yet to settle down from the period of intense merger and acquisition activity witnessed over the last few years. The acquisition of BRL Hardy by Constellation Brands in 2003 was the first major salvo, creating an environment of consolidation which remained in early 2005, with E&J Gallo acquiring Barefoot Cellars and the integration of Robert Mondavi into Constellation Brands’s fine wine division, not to mention Diageo’s own acquisition of Chalone. (Diageo Plc, 2005) External Environment Opportunities and Challenges An analysis of the external environmental opportunities and challenges facing Diageo’s wine business, in some of its major markets, is based primarily on the fact that the company’s portfolio is firmly rooted in the still light grape wine sector. It does have a few rosé and sparkling wines, notably extensions to the UK-focused Blossom Hill, but these are unlikely to have a significant impact on the company’s sales going forward despite the predicted growth of around 27% in the UK still rosé sector and 6% in UK sparkling wine. Within its other key markets, Spain and Ireland, Diageo’s wine portfolio is likely to see mixed results. Whilst in Ireland, which has come late to wine-drinking, the potential of an immature market is apparent. Increased interest in wine as consumers develop more sophisticated tastes is expected to lead to growth of around 92% in red wine and 80% in white wine, offering Diageo great potential once its distribution channels have been widened. In contrast, the Spanish wine market is much slower, suffering from maturity and the same change in family habits that has had such a negative impact on the French wine industry. As a re>GET ANSWER