Md. lawmakers urged to consider safe drug-use space in Baltimore

Panel says program has been shown to work elsewhere

ANNAPOLIS -- A safe space in Baltimore for drug use for those addicted to opioids would generate an estimated $6 million in net health care cost savings and bring 121 people into treatment annually, according to a panel of law enforcement officials and a Johns Hopkins professor on Tuesday. The panel appeared before a joint legislative committee ...

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