West Virginia attorney general discusses opioid epidemic in D.C. meetings

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WASHINGTON (Gray DC) -- West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey (R-WV) is in Washington, D.C. speaking with colleagues from around the country.

Morrisey is attending the National Association of Attorneys General winter meeting.

According to the NAAG, "...this gathering allows state and territory attorneys general to meet with federal officials and others to discuss the latest state and federal legal developments."

Morrisey said he and other attorneys general have heard from President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, and Attorney General William Barr.

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