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Have tough conversations early with children

2019-07-11 - Cranmer Dining Center, Lindsey Wilson College - Photo by Linda Waggener,
A larger-than-usual crowd for the July 2019 Chamber of Commerce lunch meeting heard some tough talk from guest speaker United States Attorney Russell Coleman who recommended having tough talks about drugs with families. He said we can't arrest our way out of the present drug crises, families have to work on prevention. He said he has conversations with his 11-year-old and recommends the talks begin in middle school.

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