Governors Seek Help On New England Heroin Surge

Print More,1,6495217.story?coll=hc-headlines-newsat3 New England has the nation’s worst heroin problem, and drug testing in the schools might help, federal drug czar John Walters told the region’s governors yesterday. The Hartford Courant reports that Walters said testing “has to be supported in local communities. Unfortunately, communities usually make the decision after more than one tragic death.” Massachusetts
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