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Federal government sees progress on opioid fight

The White House said Tuesday it sees signs of progress in the battle against opioid addiction -- a decline in prescriptions, a slower growth rate for overdose deaths and large seizures of illicit drugs -- one year after President Donald Trump visited New Hampshire to detail his administration's strategy to combat the national opioid misuse epidemic.
The president announced his plan -- revolving around a reduction in prescribing, more attention give ...

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