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    California Gov. Gavin Newsom FINALLY takes action and vetoes bill allowing legal drug-injection sites after San Francisco’s pilot scheme became open-air narcotics market plagued with crime
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    California Gov Gavin Newsom on Monday vetoed a bill that would have allowed certain cities to open supervised drug-injection sites, Your Content has learned.

    California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday vetoed a bill that would have allowed cities to open supervised drug-injection sites.

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    The idea of the bill was to provide drug addicts with controlled substances in a supervised environment, where they could be connected with rehab specialists.

    Trained staff would also be able to respond in case of an overdose.

    But in a veto letter on Monday, Newsom said he has concerns about the ‘unintended consequences’ of these injection sites.

    A pilot program in San Francisco resulted in addicts openly taking drugs in the middle of the day, with school kids forced to walk home through the grisly scene,‘according to Politico.

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