New Federal Law Authorizes Suicide Prevention Aid

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A new federal law authorizes $82 million over three years in grants aimed at preventing suicide among young people, the Associated Press reports. The Garrett Lee Smith Memorial Act is named for the son of Oregon Republican Sen. Gordon Smith, who championed the legislation as a tribute to his 21-year-old son, who committed suicide last
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