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Jan 6, 2016 5:27 PM

Kuster invites Manchester mom who lost daughter to heroin overdose to share with Congress


WASHINGTON, D.C. - A well known make-up artist from Manchester was a special guest of Congress on Wednesday.

Kriss Bleven's daughter, Amber, died a year and a half ago from a heroin overdose.

Bleven turned her grief into action and has become a strong advocate for finding a solution to New Hampshire's heroin epidemic.

Congresswoman Ann Kuster invited Bleven to tell her story Wednesday night in front of Congress as part of the Faces for Addiction Task Force special order.

Bleven and Kuster spoke to us from Washington, D.C.

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