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U.S. Attorney William McSwain announces a lawsuit to prevent a supervised injection site from opening in Philadelphia. (Emma Lee/WHYY)
WHYY’s Nina Feldman gives us an update on the legal battles over supervised injection sites in Philadelphia.
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