Loudoun County to Host DEA Exhibit
The national touring exhibit developed by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and the DEA Educational Foundation, Drugs: Costs and Consequences, formerly known as Target America, opens on January 11, 2016 in Leesburg, Virginia. In this interactive exploration of the effects of drugs on both individuals and society, visitors will have the opportunity to explore the history and the current science behind drug law enforcement, drug prevention, and drug treatment specific to Loudoun County and surrounding Northern Virginia communities. Further details and educational resources are available at www.deamuseum.org.
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