Plan to Open ‘Harm Reduction Centers’ for Illegal Opioid Use Runs Up Against Federal Law

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Advocates of a proposal to open three centers where people can use illegal opioids with medical supervision say the idea could reduce overdoses and decrease crime. But state officials warn that the c...

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Emilia Otte

Emilia Otte covers health and education for the Connecticut Examiner. In 2022 Otte was awarded "Rookie of the Year," by the New England Newspaper & Press Association.