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Mar 23, 2017 10:42 PM

Lawmakers overwhelmingly approve big bucks and more troopers in drug interdiction fight

CONCORD – A bill that would allocate $4.5 million over two years and add five state troopers to work with Massachusetts law enforcement on cross-border efforts in the battle against the heroin and opioid epidemic is one step closer to becoming law. The state Senate on Thursday voted 22-1 to pass the measure, formally known as SB131. The legislation...

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