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Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (D-NY), leader of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, speaks during a news conference shortly after conceding to opponent Mike Lawler at the DCCC on November 9, 2022 in Washington, DC. Sarah Silbiger/Getty Images hide caption

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Addiction activist Ryan Hampton holds a rally in Spokane, Wash., where many of the people in the crowd were in recovery from drug or alcohol use. Brian Mann/NPR hide caption

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In close races, Republicans attack Democrats over fentanyl and the overdose crisis

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Republicans recast drugs and fentanyl as a crime and border security problem

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New Culture War Cudgel: GOP Ads Blame Opioid Crisis On Migrants

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Max, last name withheld, is shown at a Recovery Care clinic where he is a client, in Ottawa, Ontario, on Wednesday, June 29, 2022. Justin Tang for NPR hide caption

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In August 2022, the Drug Enforcement Administration and law enforcement partners seized brightly colored rainbow fentanyl pills in 18 states. Drug Enforcement Administration hide caption

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Is 'rainbow fentanyl' a threat to your kids this Halloween? Experts say no

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Officials face questions over the late evacuation order in Florida's Lee County

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New York State Attorney General Letitia James, pictured in February, filed a civil lawsuit on Wednesday against former President Donald Trump, saying he "falsely inflated his net worth by billions of dollars to unjustly enrich himself, to cheat the system." Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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J&J tried to block lawsuits from 40,000 cancer patients. A court wants answers

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Inside Ottawa's ambitious experiment to reduce drug overdoses

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Controversial harm reduction strategies appear to slow drug deaths

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Former White House strategist Steve Bannon pauses as he departs federal court in Washington, D.C., on July 22, 2022. Alex Brandon/AP Photo hide caption

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Facing state fraud charges in N.Y., Bannon is expected to turn himself in Thursday

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California Gov. Newsom vetoes public safe drug-use clinics as overdoses surge

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Ukraine's ambulance crews, many of them volunteers, put their lives on the line

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CVS, Walgreens and Walmart ordered to pay $650 million for fueling opioid crisis

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