EDITORIAL: Harm reduction programs save lives

By The Dominion Post, Morgantown, W.Va.

Mar. 5—Last week, Kingwood City Council declined to give Health Right a letter of support to operate a harm reduction and needle exchange program within the town's limits. At that meeting, Councilman Josh Fields asked, “How does this program make Kingwood a better place to raise a family ?” We understand he was primarily referring to complaints about used needles found in parks and yards. But …

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