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Leg Gazette

Overdose antidote bill now on governor’s desk By Matthew McKibben | May 12, 2014 A group that speaks for low-income New Yorkers struggling with drug addiction and HIV/AIDS stood with lawmakers in Albany last week commending the Legislature for passing a bill that would expand access to an opioid overdose antidote while calling on Gov. Andrew […]

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Christian Science Monitor

New York rethinks marijuana prosecutions of low-level offenders New York City, one of the most aggressive prosecutors of marijuana offenses in the US, is rethinking the practice, with an eye to avoid stigmatizing young black and Latino men. By Harry Bruinius, Staff writer / May 13, 2014 When Alfredo Carrasquillo was busted last year for possessing a nickle […]

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WPIX: NY’ers living with AIDS says de Blasio’s budget will help low income people suffering from disease

NY’ers living with AIDS says de Blasio’s budget will help low income people suffering from disease (Watch the full video segment here. A summary appears below.) May 8, 2014 | by Ann Mercogliano BROOKLYN (PIX11) –  Reginald Brown is a low income New Yorker living with AIDS. He said the Mayor’s budget will relieve stress for […]

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News Channel 13 WNYT

Bill would expand access to drug that counteracts heroin, some painkillers (Watch the video segment online) 05/08/2014 | By: Steve Flamisch ALBANY – State lawmakers have passed a bill that would expand access to the drug naloxone (Narcan), which can reverse an overdose of opioids such as heroin and morphine. While many drug treatment centers, syringe […]

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