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Leigh Ann Wilson hoped that President Trump would improve a lot of things in her home state of West Virginia, particularly an issue close to her heart: expanding treatment for people addicted to opioids.

Wilson lost her daughter, 21-year-old Taylor, to an opioid overdose last year. Weeks later, she voted for Trump, won over by his pledge to fight the opioid crisis by building a wall to keep out drugs — and by reforming health care.


She is not impressed with how things are going so far.

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