A Chicago Tribune Columnist Thinks Helping Opioid Users Is ‘Accommodating’ Them

As the bodies of opioid users pile up in morgues across America, one newspaper columnist wonders if we should stop “accommodating” these “cunning” addicts: Many years ago, I was in the home of a relative whose husband was a heroin addict, and hanging on a wall in the hallway was a poster that read: “Signs of a drug overdose.” It went on to list symptoms such as passing out, disorientation, shallow breathing, vomiting and muscle spasms.

Source: A Chicago Tribune Columnist Thinks Helping Opioid Users Is ‘Accommodating’ Them

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