The Global Commission on Drug Policy has issued recommendations on
tackling North America's opioid crisis, calling for the immediate
expansion of harm reduction services, the decriminalization and
regulation of currently illicit drugs and an initiative to allow
interested cities to de facto decriminalize as federal debates over
drug policy continue.
The position paper, to be released on Monday, comes in advance of the
final report of the White House opioid commission, led by New Jersey
Governor Chris Christie, due out in November.
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