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Map shows overdose death rates by state and county

The University of Chicago and the U.S. Department of Agriculture released an interactive map of the United States that shows overdose death rates by state and county. The map shows the relationship between overdose deaths and unemployment, poverty and education and also allows for filtering based on time frame and the overdose type.

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