Ohioans Want To Hear More About Trump's Opioid Strategy

Feb 3, 2018 |
Ohioans Want To Hear More About Trump’s Opioid Strategy

Some on the front lines of the opioid crisis in one of the nation’s hardest-hit states would like to hear more about President Donald Trump’s plans to fight it.
Trump is headed to Ohio on Monday but is expected to focus on the new tax overhaul.
Newtown, Ohio, Police Chief Tom Synan says he found Trump’s comments on opioids in his State of the Union address to be “much of the same”: strong words without strong actions.
Synan is a law enforcement representative on the Cincinnati-based Hamilton
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New York City Mayor Faces New Legal Questions

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio put his legal troubles behind him a year ago when federal prosecutors said he wouldn’t face criminal charges over his campaign fundraising tactics.
But new revelations that two businessmen pleaded guilty to making donations that amounted to bribes has led to a renewed round of criticism of the Democrat.
De Blasio was peppered with questions this week from reporters wondering how he could be not guilty of taking bribes if others admitted they were guilty of p
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