Needle exchange proudly flouts the law: A Fresno program that treats addicts continues to operate after county supervisors back away from a plan to legalize the operation.
Photo:   Dr. Marc Lasher operates the Fresno needle exchange from a converted school bus. Up to 10,000 needles are exchanged each week. Credit: Michael Robinson Chavez / Los Angeles Times

Needle exchange proudly flouts the law: A Fresno program that treats addicts continues to operate after county supervisors back away from a plan to legalize the operation.

Photo: Dr. Marc Lasher operates the Fresno needle exchange from a converted school bus. Up to 10,000 needles are exchanged each week. Credit: Michael Robinson Chavez / Los Angeles Times

  1. mr-squiggle reblogged this from latimes and added:
    "Fresno County Supervisor Phil Larson said he knew his recent vote to keep the practice illegal went against prevailing...
  2. adrianafiesta reblogged this from latimes and added:
    I am all for less dirty needles on the playground.
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