According to recent reports, there are over 800,000 people in recovery from Substance Use Disorder (SUD) across Georgia, and the state ranks 16th in the number of overdose deaths in the nation. With those numbers in mind, the Georgia Recovery Community has set its legislative priorities for the upcoming session. 

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