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It has taken years to get Delaware's most influential leaders around the same table, fighting for the same thing: To keep people alive and help them survive the disease of addiction.
Thursday afternoon, Sen. Chris Coons organized a 14-person panel in honor of Office of National Drug Control Policy Director James Carroll's visit to Delaware.
Not only did state leaders want to highlight the progressive work ongoing locally, they wanted to rally for what else they think is needed to help this community succeed.
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Graduate Student Josh Stout sits on panel with Sen. Coons
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