After Christie praises them, N.J. addiction doctors blast Trump budget cuts

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PATERSON — As Gov. Chris Christie spends his last year in office focused on expanding addiction treatment, President Donald Trump has been seeking massive cuts to the National Institute of Health’s budget. On Thursday, those two political realities collided awkwardly. The governor appeared at St. Joseph’s Hospital to tout its successful opiate addiction prevention program. But…

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