Senator Warren, Gaza, Waltham discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea

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Government to invest one hundred billion dollars over the next ten years to fight the opioid crisis here's wbz's lana jones senator warren says the money would be distributed according to need a portion would go to every state in the nation and to indian tribes a portion of the funding goes directly to the hardest hit counties in the country the counties were the most people are dying from opioid overdoses she says the bill also aims to reduce the stigma of drug addiction by demanding that addiction be handled like every other chronic disease and that means access to highquality individualized treatment that is rooted in science not stigma is hoping together bipartisan support for her proposal at boston medical center lana jones wbz newsradio ten thirty continuing violence in the middle east nine palestinian civilians killed and over a thousand hurt during today's protests in gaza us for a second straight week blocks a un security council statements supporting the right of the palestinians to demonstrate peacefully ended independent investigation into the deadly protests wbz news time eight oh three traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes and mike king things are good out there don will start with the southeast expressway the southbound side is good top to bottom no delays getting out of the city here and northbound's find all the way past columbia road as you come into the city tonight route three south is clear down past route fifty three and overrun one twenty eight you're moving right along from waltham right down into braintree the.

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