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Six Rankin Elementary school third-graders (from left) Rebecca Pasko,9, Jade Moore, 9, Melinda Moore, 9, Aniya Williams, 8, Tyler Trice, 8, and Michael Portis, 8 were able to share in the MVP Award ceremonies with LeBron James at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, FL. (Handout photo)
Miami Heat's LeBron James (right) chats with his son LeBron James Jr. after having accepted the NBA MVP trophy, Saturday in Miami. Calling the honor "overwhelming" but pointing to a "bigger goal," James on Saturday became the eighth player in NBA history to win the MVP award three times. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)
For a state hit hard by a national heroin epidemic and one that’s fighting back with Medicaid expansion dollars, Ohio is home to one in six Americans who could lose access to drug addiction and mental health services if President Donald Trump and Republicans in Congress take another crack at repealing the Affordable Care Act.