Addiction to opioids has remained a silent epidemic, at times ignored by leaders. But skyrocketing rates of drug deaths have led some presidential candidates to address the issue.
Addiction to opioids has remained a silent epidemic, at times ignored by leaders. But skyrocketing rates of drug deaths have led some presidential candidates to address the issue. Toby Talbot Associated Press file
Addiction to opioids has remained a silent epidemic, at times ignored by leaders. But skyrocketing rates of drug deaths have led some presidential candidates to address the issue. Toby Talbot Associated Press file

Opioids, Sanchez, net metering, Cruz and abortion

January 30, 2016 4:00 PM

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