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Battling Long Island’s heroin epidemic

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A new report found that more people are dying in Suffolk County from heroin overdoses than any other county in New York State. Now, some lawmakers are demanding to get help to stop the epidemic.

William Spencer, a Long Island legislator, Tatiana Green, a former addict and counselor, and writer Siobhan Cassidy who did a 4-month report called Suburban Heroin, joined the PIX11 Morning News to talk about what needs to be done to combat the epidemic.

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