There are real reasons to debate whether it's worth opening these facilities in communities, but Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein instead relies on unscientific fear-mongering.
A study shows that people feel differently about "overdose prevention sites" and "safe consumption sites."
Following a record-setting year for opioid-related deaths in New York City, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Thursday night that the city will open safe injection sites for drug users, BuzzFeed News reports.
Philadelphia has the highest opioid-overdose death rate of any American city.
Researchers have released two of the first cost-benefit analyses of supervised injection facilities in U.S. cities.