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Ep. 7: GOP’s Slow Embrace of Trump; Congress Tackles Opioid Epidemic

The Big Story

House Speaker Paul Ryan’s first face-to-face and likely awkward meeting on Capitol Hill with presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump could play a role in the remainder of the presidential campaign, says CQ Roll Call Senior Political Writer Alex Roarty. Meanwhile, Congress looks like it’s tackling the opioid epidemic with 18 different bills poised to pass in the House. Health Editor Rebecca Adams explains why this is just a modest effort. 


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