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President Obama announced Tuesday​ during the​ ​National Rx Drug Abuse & Heroin Summit in Atlanta, Georgia​ new initiatives to expand addiction treatment and increase coverage for substance abuse and mental health.​ ​The ​actions ​would​ ​allow doctors to ​prescribe anti-addiction drugs​ to patients​ ​in an attempt ​to decrease prescription drug and heroin abuse​ in the United States​. WhiteHouse.gov​
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