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Photos from: Officials: Fentanyl deaths rose in Hennepin County in 2019, continuing worrying trend




Mary LaGarde, executive director of the Minneapolis American Indian Center, pauses to answer a media question in which she responded that it is her observation that the opioid epidemic has not gotten better in the local Native American community since the start of the homeless encampment last summer during a press conference Thursday, April 4, 2019, at Minneapolis City Hall in Minneapolis, MN. Standing to her rear is Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frey, left, and Hennepin County Sheriff Dave Hutchinson.] DAVID JOLES •david.joles@startribune.com The Minneapolis mayor and Hennepin County sheriff unveiled recommendations for tackling the opioid epidemic in hospitals, jails and during emergency response. The results are part of a year-long opioids task force involving the city, county and community members.



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