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“To give someone who’s addicted to fentanyl $700 a month, I don’t think it helps improve their lives. In fact, I think it does the opposite.”

Trent Rhorer, executive director of the San Francisco Human Services Agency. A local public safety proposal that will appear on the March 8 ballot would require single adults on welfare to be screened and treated for illegal drug addiction, or lose the cash assistance. (Associated Press — Feb. 5, 2024)

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