San Francisco moves to allow non-profits to operate supervised drug injection sites


San Francisco is in the process of allowing local non-profits to open so-called supervised injection sites in the city, a step that local Democratic leaders say would limit overdoses among drug users but a program that has been met with opposition by the state's leadership. (CNN US) More More

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