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  • Department of the Interior Secretary Zinke Welcomes Traveling Memorial to Lives Lost in Opioid Epidemic

    Department of the Interior Secretary Zinke Welcomes Traveling Memorial to Lives Lost in Opioid Epidemic





    Washington, DC - - (March 27, 2018) - - Today, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke applauded President Trump for welcoming the “Prescribed to Death” exhibit to the Ellipse in Washington, D.C., where it will be hosted by the National Park Service and will be open to the public from April 12 until April 18, 2018.

    The interactive exhibit, created by the National Safety Council as part of its “Stop Everyday Killers” public engagement campaign, features personal stories, impactful videos, and startling statistics. It also includes a wall with 22,000 simulated pills, each representing the face of an American overdose.

    “‘The Prescribed to Death’ exhibit brings the very real tragedy experienced by countless American families to Washington,
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    Department of the Interior Secretary Zinke Welcomes Traveling Memorial to Lives Lost in Opioid Epidemic
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    Department of the Interior Secretary Zinke Welcomes Traveling Memorial to Lives Lost in Opioid Epidemic





    Washington, DC - - (March 27, 2018) - - Today, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke applauded President Trump for welcoming the “Prescribed to Death” exhibit to the Ellipse in Washington, D.C., where it will be hosted by the National Park Service and will be open to the public from April 12 until April 18, 2018.

    The interactive exhibit, created by the National Safety Council as part of its “Stop Everyday Killers” public engagement campaign, features personal stories, impactful videos, and startling statistics. It also includes a wall with 22,000 simulated pills, each representing the face of an American overdose.

    “‘The Prescribed to Death’ exhibit brings the very real tragedy experienced by countless American families to Washington,
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    04-04-2018, 04:32 AM

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