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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A West Virginia state delegate says he'll be holding a summit in Charleston that focuses on drug addiction in the state.
Del. Chris Stansbury says the summit will be held June 1 and discuss how drug overdoses are affecting the state.
The event will take place at the theater in the West Virginia Culture Center. It will feature addiction experts, elected and appointed officials and members of the faith-community.
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