Episode 31: Supervised Consumption: Narcotica Breaks Down Safehouse Ruling with Av Gutman

 
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Safehouse is safe, for now. On Wednesday Oct. 2, a federal judge in Philadelphia ruled that a supervised injection site proposed by the nonprofit Safehouse would not violate a provision of the Controlled Substances Act, known as the “Crack House” statute, authored by none other than Democratic presidential frontrunner, Joe Biden. On today’s episode, hosts Troy, Chris, and Zach are joined by Philadelphia Inquirer’s Abraham Gutman. Gutman has been cranking out fiery editorials in support of harm reduction, criminal justice reform, and tons of other topics for Philly’s biggest newspaper. He breaks down the complicated legal, political, and social implications of the Safehouse ruling and what comes next.

You can follow Gutman on Twitter and read his work here.

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Co-Producer: Aaron Ferguson

Music: Glass Boy

Photo: Holden Blanco

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