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Gov. Baker And Plymouth Officials Meet Over Heroin Crisis04:26
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Gov. Charlie Baker and town leaders in Plymouth are looking for new ways to fight the heroin epidemic in that community.

The governor met with Plymouth officials Tuesday afternoon to discuss the crisis, which has led to 140 heroin overdoses so far this year in Plymouth — 10 of them fatal.

WBUR's Barbara Howard spoke with the town manager of Plymouth, Melissa Arrighi. Listen to their full conversation above.

This segment aired on May 19, 2015.

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