Rochester residents fight back in war on drugs


Residents of Rochester’s North Clinton Avenue neighborhood are saying "no mas" -- which means "no more" in Spanish -- as they fight to reclaim their community. The area has become ground zero for the opioid epidemic regionally, and local officials say users often flock to the busy street to buy drugs and sometimes use vacant homes to shoot up.

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Title: Rochester residents fight back in war on drugs

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Public Broadcasting Station or Institution: WXXI

Original Broadcast/Publish Date: 04/12/2018

Runtime: 00:07:48

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