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Opioid plan is a start (access required)

The opioid epidemic has grown steadily worse since the turn of the century, and it shows no sign of slowing down. Municipalities across the country are struggling with how to address this deadly drug, with mixed results. Monroe County on Wednesday announced its opioid action plan, and there are good building blocks to help the community ...
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