Though New Hampshire's Legislature has made tackling the state's opioid abuse crisis a priority, lawmakers also get a sizable share of their campaign cash from prescription drug companies.
A joint investigation by The Associated Press and the Center for Public Integrity found that drug companies and allied advocates spent more than $880 million on lobbying and political contributions over the past decade.
A coalition of companies and advocacy groups that meets regularly to discuss opioid-related issues contributed $231,110 to state candidates and parties in New Hampshire between 2006 and 2015.
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Most other states received significantly more from members of the Pain Care Forum, but New Hampshire ranked ninth in terms of the share of total contributions that money represents.