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Decriminalizing drug use is a necessary step, but it won't end the opioid overdose crisis

By Alissa Greer, Assistant Professor in the School of Criminology, Simon Fraser University
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Decriminalization is an important step in addressing the overdose crisis, but it is crucial that other approaches — like regulation — are also in place.

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