Drug Abuse And US Presidential Politics: Surprising Bipartisan Agreement
Donald Trump has a knack from making headlines, and produced a doozy when he called for drug tests of Hillary Clinton before the next Presidential debate; beneath the hoopla, however, was an important point of substance: the two campaigns actually agree that advancing addiction treatment is a high priority for federal action.
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