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Tue, March 4, 2014

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     State Representative John Nygren of Marinette has walked in the shoes of a
parent whose child was hooked on heroin.  The journey has been painful, not
only for the Nygren family but their daughter as well.
     In the current Assignment Fox Cities, found on our website, whby.com,
Mr. Nygren talks about the impact on family with a very telling, painful statement
as they retire for the night:  "Will this be the night we get a call ....."
     Additionally, Mr. Nygren addresses legislation designed to get people off
what he refers to as a "deadly drug" under provisions of "The Good Samaritan
Law.    You'll find "The Battle Against Heroin" on our website, whby.com, under
Audio Vault.
     It's worth a listen.



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