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Substance Abuse Conference
From left, Attorneys general Patrick Morrisey of West Virginia, Mike DeWine of Ohio, and Adam Beshear of Kentucky speak to the media Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016, before a conference on substance abuse in Huntington, W.Va. The conference was attended by dozens of law enforcement officers, health care professionals and faith-based groups. (AP Photo/John Raby)
HealthBeat Kidney Transplants Hepatitis C
Irma Hendricks has blood drawn at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, on Oct. 6, 2016. Hendricks received a kidney transplant from a donor with hepatitis C, and took medications after surgery that cleared away the virus and left her feeling healthy again. Hendricks is part of a pilot study testing if new drugs that promise to cure most hepatitis C could allow use of organs that today go to waste, and speed transplants to people who might otherwise die waiting. (AP Photo/Jessica Kourkounis)
Health Overhaul Dwindling Choice
In this photo taken Oct. 24, 2016, the 2017 web site home page as seen in Washington. Consumers will have the least choice next year than at any time since the health insurance markets created by President Barack Obama’s overhaul opened, a new, county-level analysis for The Associated Press has found. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
Boy Killed Louisiana Shooting
FILE - In this Nov. 9, 2015, file photo, pallbearers carry the casket of 6-year-old Jeremy Mardis to the grave site at Beaumont Cemetery in Beaumont, Miss., east of Hattiesburg. Relatives of Mardis who was shot and killed during a traffic stop are suing the central Louisiana town where two deputy city marshals opened fire on his father's car. The lawsuit filed Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016, in federal court claims Marksville city officials failed to properly train the deputies on use of deadly force. (Eli Baylis/Hattiesburg American via AP, File)