Is Involuntary Commitment a Good Opioid-Abuse Remedy?

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Addiction advocates and terrified parents are pushing for more use of involuntary commitment laws as a tool to combat the opioid epidemic. It’s a controversial tactic, with logistical and constitutional implications, USA Today reports. “What are we locking people into, for how long, and what happens afterwards?” asked Dr. Sarah Wakeman, medical director for substance . . .

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