Americans -- especially those suffering from substance use disorder -- faced a grim reality when COVID hit. Prolonged lockdown orders reduced access to treatment, such as in person visits, counseling and medication. Social isolation and economic distress led to increases in anxiety and depression, with 40% of adults reporting struggling with mental health or substance use. And tragically, individuals suffering from mood or anxiety disorders, like anxiety and depression, are twice as likely to suffer from a substance abuse disorder.
Chris Christie joins ABC Nightline to break down President Joe Biden's first State of the Union Address.
Chris Christie offers his response to President Joe Biden's first State of the Union Address
Chris Christie, former governor of New Jersey and ABC News political and legal contributor, joins Julie Mason to talk all things infrastructure as President Biden tries to pass his $2 trillion package.
When asked about Rep. Ro Khanna’s proposal of having term limits on Supreme Court justices, Christie says that would be unlikely to happen because judges at the federal level are appointed for life and it would take a Constitutional Amendment to change that.