Tuesday, May 16, 2006


Previous postings have noted the disparity between the Chinese Health Ministry's commitment to harm reduction and the reluctance of the Security Department to give up its long-standing focus on harassing and prosecuting drug users. Alas, the same dichotomy in policies and practices exists in the US as well, as a NY Times article on 14 May 06 demonstrates: "A federal judge expects to rule by the end of the month on whether the Bridgeport [Connecticut] police violated her 2001 court order prohibiting officers from harassing addicts participating in the city's needle exchange program. 'My order may well have been written in invisible ink.'"


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