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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at a rally Thursday in San Francisco. John Locher/AP hide caption

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Entering Final Primary Stretch, Clinton And Sanders Fight For A California Win

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A roller derby scrimmage in Albuquerque, N.M. Three of the women participating — Lauren Winkler, Leigh Featherstone and Holly Chamberlin — have kept their support of Hillary Clinton quiet. Tamara Keith/NPR hide caption

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Why Some Clinton Supporters Are Not 'Really Ready To Go Public'

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Clinton Violated Policies By Using Private Email, State Department Report Says

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As Primary Drags On, Sanders Supporters Grow More Opposed To Clinton

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Hillary Clinton addresses a town hall hosted by the AFL-CIO in Detroit in 2007. During the 2008 campaign, Clinton said the U.S. should take a timeout on trade deals after supporting NAFTA in the 1990s. Carlos Osorio/AP hide caption

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Evolution Or Expediency? Clinton's Changing Positions Over A Long Career

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Nevada Incident Could Make It Difficult For Sanders' Supporters To Back Clinton

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Courtney Griffin died at age 20 from an overdose of heroin and fentanyl. She was turned away from a treatment center less than two months earlier when her insurance was declined. Courtesy of the Griffin family hide caption

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Politics In Real Life: Dying From Overdose While Waiting For Treatment

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Presidential Candidates Confront Obstacles To Opioid Addiction Treatment

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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders addresses the crowd Tuesday during a campaign rally at the Big Four Lawn park in Louisville, Ky. John Sommers II/Getty Images hide caption

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The Political Moment Finally Caught Up To Bernie Sanders' Message

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Hillary Clinton Looks To Upcoming Primaries To Solidify Campaign

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While The GOP Race Is Essentially Over, Democrats Press On

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Nancy Glynn, her husband, Michael Gebo, and their son, Hunter, attend a minor league baseball game near their home in Manchester, N.H. Courtesy of Nancy Glynn hide caption

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Politics In Real Life: Paid Family Leave A Big Concern, Not A Top Campaign Issue

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Bernie Sanders addresses supporters on Coney Island Boardwalk ahead of the April 19 New York primary. Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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After String Of Losses, Sanders Campaign To Lay Off 'Hundreds' Of Staffers

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Hillary Clinton Pivots Toward General Election After Primary Wins

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With The Nomination All But Decided, Clinton's And Sanders' Goals Change

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