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New York joins the list of states ruling drug courts must allow med-assisted treatment or lose federal funding
New York joins the list of states ruling drug courts must allow med-assisted treatment or lose federal funding

A new law signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo orders New York’s drug court judges to stop acting like doctors and let addicted defendants continue their treatment medications. Many, if not most, of New York’s 140-plus drug courts force drug-addicted defendants to stop taking ...

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