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The First Supervised Drug Injection Site in the U.S. Could Open Soon in Philadelphia

The proposed facility in Kensington would allow people struggling with addiction to use drugs under medical supervision, access treatment, and be revived if they overdose.

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The Cost of Hundreds of Prescription Drugs Just Went Up Because It’s 2020

Here's how politicians are trying to stop that from happening.

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This woman is helping rural Wisconsinites recover from opioid addiction

The Opportunity House opened in May, and offers women a safe environment to get their lives back on track.

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Why Pennsylvania wants you to sign a contract with your doctor

Despite garnering opposition from doctors, a new law requiring opioid agreements went into effect in November.

Rouda’s bill to address America’s drug overdose crisis becomes law

The bipartisan legislation aims to reduce the drug supply.

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Californians could save thousands on prescription drug costs, report finds

House bill would allow the government to negotiate for lower drug prices and save consumers money.

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Three Michigan dispensaries cash in on first day of marijuana sales

On Sunday, the state became the first in the Midwest to allow residents to purchase cannabis for recreational use. Sales topped $221,000 that day.

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