America’s drug overdose problem—and what states can do to help fight it—in 4 charts and maps

June 17, 2015
by Niraj Chokshi
Washington Post

That’s according to a new, nearly 90-page report on injury prevention from the Trust for America’s Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, which grades states and offers recommendations on injury prevention policy based on the advice of an expert committee. The rankings were based on everything from seat belt laws to child abuse and neglect protections to drug monitoring policies.

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