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Nashville Mayor Calls For Action On Opioid Addiction After Son’s Overdose Death

The epidemic of drug overdose deaths hit the mayor of Nashville, Tennessee personally last month after police came to her in the middle of the night to inform her that her 22-year-old- son, Max Barry, died of an overdose near Denver, according to ABC News. Mayor Megan Barry opened up about the experience this week by having a frank and difficult dialogue about how families need to have more conversations about addiction. Barry recalled when the police woke her and her husband Bruce up at around 3 a.m. she knew that something was wrong but struggled to accept what the …read more

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