Tuesday, July 26, 2011 at 3:25 PM
Ohio legislators are considering a bill that would make it easier for local health officials -- without the blessing of city councils -- to set up needle exchange programs for drug addicts. Testimony on the idea today (Tuesday) in a subcommittee of the Ohio House Health Committee attracted several backers of the plan. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen was there too....and filed this report.
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