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January 16, 2018
TFAH Releases Special Issue Brief: Racial Healing and Achieving Health Equity in the United States
TFAH Calls for Increased Focus on Addressing Health Inequities and Releases Priority Recommendations to Achieve this Goal

December 22, 2017
Leading Public Health Groups: Using the Prevention Fund to help fund CHIP: A Serious Mistake
Statement from Trust for America’s Health, American Public Health Association, National Association of County and City Health Officials, Prevention Institute, and Public Health Institute

December 21, 2017
New Data Shows Drug Overdoses Increased in 40 States and Washington, D.C.
Opioids Put Death Rates on Worst Case Scenario Track for the Nation

December 19, 2017
Half of States Scored 5 or Lower Out of 10 Indicators in Report on Health Emergency Preparedness
Report Finds Funding to Support Base Level of Preparedness Cut More than Half Since 2002

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