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Amid 'horrific' spike in opioid deaths, doctors call for decriminalization, regulation of drugs
Facing a more 'toxic' drug supply during the coronavirus pandemic, opioid-related overdose deaths have grown significantly across the country. Advocates, experts and politicians are calling on governments to go beyond safe supply prescriptions and decriminalize recreational drugs.
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