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Officials Announce Plan to Crack Down on Drug Abuse

In West Virginia, General Attorney Patrick Morrisey is announcing a new plan to crack down on drug abuse in the state.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is announcing a new plan to crack down on drug abuse in the state. 

Morrisey is encouraging everyone to join in on the state's fight against drug abuse. He's also announcing new initiatives that he says the state's attorney general has never tried before, including the creation of an internal task force to address drug abuse. 

"We now have an internal task force of five people who are focusing on these important issues, taking a look at issues related to meth and prescription pills and heroin, and all sorts of issues. That's critical because that has never happened in the office in the past," said Morrisey. 

The attorney general is also seeking the public's input on the issues. He says you can join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. 

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