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Senator Johnson’s Record of Failure on the Opioid Crisis

Like a true Washington politician Johnson continues to say one thing but do another when it come to drug addition.

By - Aug 8th, 2016 02:48 pm
Ron Johnson

Ron Johnson

Senator Johnson is in Hartland today in an attempt to paper over his record on the opioid crisis. Like a true Washington politician Johnson continues to say one thing but do another when it come to drug addition. Over the past five and a half years Senator Johnson has routinely voted against funding and common sense measures to combat addiction.

Senator Johnson’s record of failure on the issue speaks for itself:

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