From Washington Free Beacon: 

Carrie Wade, harm reduction policy director at the R Street Institute, told the Free Beacon that while she was disappointed by Trump’s focus on the death penalty, she thought many of the interventions to help addicts were a step in the right direction.

“[Trump] mentioning job security and job training for people coming out prison, I think that’s really important. And having a more open attitude towards naloxone distribution in high schools, I think is really important, and kind of sets a tone for how public health and public schools can address this problem,” Wade said.

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