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Hillary Clinton visits Charleston, talks opioid addiction

Former U.S. Secretary of State and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton talks during her campaign visit to Charleston on Tuesday. Clinton — flanked by Judge Will Thompson of Boone County, at left, and Chelsea Carter, a recovering drug addict — attended a panel discussion on opioid addiction in West Virginia and across the nation. The invitation-only event in the Erma Byrd Gallery at the University of Charleston also included U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va.; state health officer Dr. Rahul Gupta, who moderated; Charleston resident David Grubb, who lost a daughter to opioid addiction;  Charleston Police Chief Brent Webster; and others. Discussion addressed the the opioid epidemic in West Virginia and the efforts to combat prescription drug and heroin abuse at both the local and national level. West Virginia Press Association Photo by Dalton Walker

Former U.S. Secretary of State and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton talks during her campaign visit to Charleston on Tuesday. Clinton — flanked by Judge Will Thompson of Boone County, at left, and Chelsea Carter, a recovering drug addict — attended a panel discussion on opioid addiction in West Virginia and across the nation. The invitation-only event in the Erma Byrd Gallery at the University of Charleston also included U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va.; state health officer Dr. Rahul Gupta, who moderated; Charleston resident David Grubb, who lost a daughter to opioid addiction;  Charleston Police Chief Brent Webster; and others. Discussion addressed the the opioid epidemic in West Virginia and the efforts to combat prescription drug and heroin abuse at both the local and national level. West Virginia Press Association Photo by Dalton Walker

 

5-1-16 Hillary and Joe Manchin

U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., addressed the audience during former U.S. Secretary of State and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton visit to Charleston Tuesday. Clinton joined Manchin and a group of state and local leaders for a panel discussion on opioid addiction in West Virginia and across the nation. The invitation-only event in the Erma Byrd Gallery at the University of Charleston also included state health officer Dr. Rahul Gupta, who moderated; Charleston resident David Grubb, who lost a daughter to opioid addiction;  Chelsea Carter, a recovering drug addict; Charleston Police Chief Brent Webster; Judge Will Thompson, Boone County, and others. Discussion addressed the the opioid epidemic in West Virginia and the efforts to combat prescription drug and heroin abuse at both the local and national level. West Virginia Press Association Photo by Dalton Walker

 

 

5-2-16 Hillary Clinton in Charleston

Former U.S. Secretary of State and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, center, joined a group of state and local leaders Tuesday for a panel discussion on opioid addiction in West Virginia and across the nation. The invitation-only event in the Erma Byrd Gallery at the University of Charleston included U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va.; state health officer Dr. Rahul Gupta, who moderated; Charleston resident David Grubb, who lost a daughter to opioid addiction;  Chelsea Carter, a recovering drug addict; Charleston Police Chief Brent Webster; Judge Will Thompson, Boone County, and others. Discussion addressed the the opioid epidemic in West Virginia and the efforts to combat prescription drug and heroin abuse at both the local and national level. West Virginia Press Association Photo by Dalton Walker

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