Presidential candidates are kicking off the new year with a strong emphasis on combating drug addiction. New Hampshire, the first state to hold primary elections, has been particularly ravaged by the heroin epidemic, which has placed the problem at the forefront of the 2016 campaign.
With several of the candidates having been personally affected by the addiction of family and friends, many have spoken on how they plan to tackle the problem in office. This interesting article highlights each candidate’s personal connection to this issue, and shows the disease of addiction truly knows no labels or limits. To read the article, please click here.