More legislation designed to help fight the epidemic of opioid abuse in Michigan has been approved by the Michigan House. State Representative Beth Griffin, of Mattawan, tells us this latest six-bill package instructs the Michigan Prescription Drug and Opioid Abuse Commission to develop recommendations for a curriculum on opioid risks that could be taught to students. Then, the Michigan Department of Education would work on it. She tells us it’s everyone’s responsibility to educate the young about the dangers of such drugs. Other bills in the package increase access to opioid addiction treatment, increase requirements on pain management facilities, and allow pharmacists to refuse to fill a prescription under certain circumstances. The legislative packaged passed the state House Tuesday and now goes to the state Senate.