On Thursday evening, the First Lady and the Surgeon General worked to spotlight a major problem: drug overdoses. In a roundtable “mini-assembly” event in Pinellas County, they spoke about a campaign that may do something to stop them.
So-called “assembly tool kits” will be available from the state for schools that are interested in having help from Tallahassee in explaining the many pitfalls possible when someone succumbs to addiction.
First Lady Casey DeSantis spoke about her anti-drug campaign, “The facts. Our future.” DeSantis started it in 2019 and described it as ongoing and essential in a time of increased overdose deaths and influxes of fentanyl from Mexico.
“This is really, ‘Just say...