Md. lawmakers consider ‘overdose prevention sites’ as fentanyl deaths rise

Maryland lawmakers will consider once again a proposal to create safe drug consumption sites for opioid users, but the legislation could be too politically difficult to pass. The legislation would authorize, on a pilot basis, safe injection sites, also known as overdose prevention sites, where people could use opioids near trained staff who can help if ...

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