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Lelling warns Legislature on supervised injection sites

Ahead of an expected Senate vote Thursday on an opioid addiction prevention bill that would authorize supervised sites for illegal drug use, the U.S. attorney for Massachusetts said anyone who uses or works at such a facility would likely face federal charges "regardless of any state law or study."
Under the bill expected to get a vote in the Senate on Thursday, the Department of Public Health would develop regulations for a pilot site offering sup ...

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