Hillary Clinton talks about the opioid crisis during a campaign stop in Charleston, W.Va., on Tuesday. She will campaign in California this week.
Hillary Clinton talks about the opioid crisis during a campaign stop in Charleston, W.Va., on Tuesday. She will campaign in California this week. Sam Owens Charleston Gazette-Mail
Hillary Clinton talks about the opioid crisis during a campaign stop in Charleston, W.Va., on Tuesday. She will campaign in California this week. Sam Owens Charleston Gazette-Mail

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