Oregonians Rethinking Legalization of Hard Drugs

Used syringes and needles are piled on the ground under an underpass on the west side of San Antonio where drug addicts shoot up, Thursday, May 22, 2008. Bill Day of San Antonio has been the addict's source for clean needles with a needle-exchange program with the goal of keeping them from spreading disease. The Bexar County district attorney, backed by an opinion from the Texas attorney general, has said anyone who has drug paraphernalia, even as part of a needle-exchange service for the public good, is prosecutable. In January, Day and two colleagues were cited by police for their work. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

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