Street heroin is devastating America today. The heroin overdose death of creative genius Philip Seymour Hoffman – found dead today with
a needle in his arm and “Ace of Spaces” heroin in his hotel room —
underscores the urgent need for radical reforms that would
decriminalize, regulate and assert strict quality control requirements
over recreational street drugs.
It wasn’t the heroin itself that killed Philip Seymour Hoffman, you see: it was the unpredictability of the potency of heroin that’s manufactured, distributed and retailed in an unregulated underground economy which has no quality standards and no accountability to its customers and users.
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