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Welcome back. For many New Hampshire it is the number one issue right now not the economy. It is not terrorism. It is heroin and drug addiction a crisis that is threatening families and their way of life in cities and towns large and small and a crisis that the 2016 candidates are speaking out on. [Hillary Clinton] We can't be here in New Hampshire and not talk about the addiction problem in New Hampshire not talk about the fact that there have been more deaths by overdoses than car crashes in t...
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