Everything that glitters ain’t gold. Quick fixes do not work. The emphasis should not be on ‘normalizing’. The emphasis should be on prevention and rehabilitation, helping them not get there and providing a way out if/when they do.

Everything that glitters ain't gold. Quick fixes do not work. The emphasis should not be on 'normalizing'. The emphasis should be on prevention and rehabilitation, helping them not get there and providing a way out if/when they do.

‘Harm reduction’ drug policies are destroying San Francisco

Drugs are destroying San Francisco’s most densely populated and desirable neighborhoods, as more and more addicts, many of them homeless, fill the streets. Politicians and activists are pushing “ha…
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