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MEDIA

MEDIA MENTIONS

2022
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WHAT'S REALLY GOING ON IN THOSE POLICE FENTANYL EXPOSURE VIDEOS?THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE, JULY 13, 2022

Written by: Zachary Siegel

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CROWDSOURCED DATA ON OVERDOSES PINPOINTS WHERE TO HELP

PHYSICIAN'S WEEKLY, JULY 8, 2022

Quotes: Leo Beletsky

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CIVIL COMMITMENT FOR SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS: COERCION OR COMPASSION?

PSYCHIATRIC TIMES, JUNE 7, 2022

Features research by the Lab

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DRUG-INDUCED PANIC

INQUEST, APRIL 14, 2022

Written by: Leo Beletsky, Emma Rock, & Sunyou Kang

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SHOULD THE BRIDGE FROM QUINCY TO LONG ISLAND BE REBUILT?

THE BOSTON GLOBE MARCH 18, 2022

 

Quotes: John Messinger

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HOMICIDE CHARGE IS NOT A SOLUTION TO DRUG USE

ARIZONA CAPITOL TIMES, MARCH 2, 2022

Op-Ed written by: Jeremiah Goulka

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INFLATION SURGES, HARM REDUCTION BILL, AND INTEREST RATE SWIPES

SPUTNIK NEWS, FEBRUARY 11, 2022

A Podcast featuring: Zachary Siegel

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LAWS PUNISHING DRUG DEALERS FOR OVERDOSE DEATHS NOT EQUALLY APPLIED

FOX59 NEWS, FEBRUARY 11, 2022

A live Interview with: Morgan Godvin

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NO MONEY FOR DRUG PIPES: FEDS DOUSE SOCIAL MEDIA FIRESTORM

ASSOCIATED PRESS, FEBRUARY 9, 2022

Quotes: Leo Beletsky

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TREATING ADDICTION AS A CRIME DOESN'T WORK. WHAT OREGON IS DOING JUST MIGHT

THE NEW YORK TIMES, JANUARY 26, 2022

Features a profile on the Lab's Post-Graduate Fellow, Morgan Godvin

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CONNECTICUT TEENAGER DIES DAYS AFTER OVERDOSING ON FENTANYL AT SCHOOL, POLICE SAY

USA TODAY, JANUARY 16, 2022

Features research by the Lab

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MISINFORMATION IS FUELING THE OVERDOSE CRISIS

COMMONWEALTH MAGAZINE, JANUARY 16, 2022

Written by: Leo Beletsky and John Messinger

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PAROLEES WITH OPIOID ADDICTION NEED CHOICES, NOT A NALTREXONE-ONLY POLICY

FILTER, JANUARY 11, 2022

Quotes the Lab's Health Justice Legal Fellow, Amelia Caramadre