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Gov. Chris Sununu last week led a news conference to announce a new state campaign to warn people of the dangers of counterfit pills and illicit drugs that contain fentanyl. (SCREEN SHOT)

CONCORD — A new state health campaign is focusing on alerting people to the dangers of counterfeit pills and illicit drugs.

The dangers have become greater than ever as illegal drugs are increasingly likely to contain fentanyl, regardless of what they sold as.

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