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Opioid policy which includes reducing opioid prescriptions increasing treatment across access for federal inmates with addictions and the death penalty for some drug traffickers the president also reportedly want congress to pass legislation that will reduce the amount of drugs needed to give mandatory minimum sentences to opioid traffickers i spoke short while ago with new hampshire senator maggie hassen is not epidemic that we're going to solve just by being tougher on drug dealers although we certainly do need to do that it's going to require that we attack the demand for opioids as well and from what we've seen the outline of the president's plan there are some encouraging things in the plan in that regard i am waiting to see is an acknowledgement from the white house about how much it's actually going to cost to implement the policies that they're talking about and whether they're going to be willing to help us take other steps that we need to take to turn the tide on this thing hampshire senator maggie on wbz this morning president trump will be joined by attorney general jeff sessions and first lady melania trump at manchester community college this afternoon the president's lawyer ty cop says president trump is not considering firing special counsel robert muller cobs announcement comes after president trump tweeted repeated attacks yesterday on the special counsel's investigation into russian collusion renewing speculation that he is considering dismissing muller the president's tweets storm follow reports that muller subpoena the trump organization last week in connection with the investigation into russian collusion and gave the white house lawyers potential interview questions for the president a new report suggests a significant number of young adults ride with drivers who are impaired here's abc's dave schreiber a new study from colorado state university researchers shows riding with an impaired driver is prevalent among young adults thirty three percent of recent high school grads reported.

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