Gov. Andrew Cuomo visits Rockland Community College to introduce state's plan to fight heroin epidemic

The governor is adding 100 troopers to aggressively

The governor is adding 100 troopers to aggressively combat heroin trafficking.

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo was at Rockland Community College in Suffern Wednesday, where he unveiled New York's aggressive plan to fight a heroin epidemic.

Cuomo says New York has a problem with heroin and one-third of all heroin seized in the country by the DEA is done in New York.

To combat the state's heroin epidemic, Cuomo says he plans to add 100 officers to the New York State Troopers'...

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