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Representative Tom Marino withdrew his name from consideration to be the White House drug czar.
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Representative Tom Marino his name from consideration to be the White House drug czar following the publication of a news report that revealed he had tried to hinder government efforts aimed at combatting the opioid epidemic. Senators Lamar Alexander and Patty Murray to stabilize Obamacare, which President Trump as a temporary fix. After Senator.” A federal judge in Hawaii

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