Ky. advocates ask Trump official for more opioid resources

Acting Health and Human Services Secretary Eric Hargan, center, speaks with University of Kentucky HealthCare Vice President Mark Birdwhistell, left, and project manager Beth Snider, right, at the Polk-Dalton Clinic on Friday, Oct. 27, 2017, in Lexington, Kentucky. Hargan toured the facility one day after signing an order declaring the opioid crisis a public health emergency. The clinic includes a program that provides drug treatment to pregnant women and their children who are addicted to opioid-based drugs. (AP Photo/Adam Beam)

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