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The ethical dilemmas behind plans for involuntary treatment to target homelessness, mental illness and addiction

By Katherine Drabiak, Associate Professor of Health Law, Public Health Law and Medical Ethics, University of South Florida
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New York City’s plan has garnered the most attention – and criticism – but several cities are expanding their own intervention programs.The Conversation

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