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Trump Stresses Law Enforcement in Opioid Crisis

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by Noah Bierman and Noam N. Levey

President Trump emphasized the need for stepped-up law enforcement to combat the nation’s opioid problem Tuesday, an approach that is at odds with a report released last week by the special commission he appointed to address abuse.

“Strong law enforcement is absolutely vital to having a drug-free society,” Trump told reporters from the clubhouse of his golf club here.

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