When I passed through the New Hampshire Institute of Politics during the 2016 presidential campaign, I paused to look at the amazing photographs of many would-be presidents who have come through the Granite State over the decades. But it was a young campaign aide off to the side who drew my attention.
Was it "really disgusting" or "right on the mark"? Those are among the range of reactions in New Hampshire in the wake of President Donald Trump's characterization of the state as a "drug-infested den" during a phone call with Mexico's leader in January.
The recommendation that Trump declare a health emergency over the opioid crisis is welcome news to some experts, but they worry it may be at odds with the Justice Department's new "incarceration-first" approach.
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