It doesn’t sound quite as good as “on the cover of The Rolling Stone.”

A reader emailed me a photo of a NY Times front page story today in which I am quoted.

Thing is, the Times article suggests I opposed the proposal:

Ever since Mr. Myrick, 29, unveiled a plan last month for what he called a “supervised injection facility,” critics have pounced on it as a harebrained idea that would just enable more drug abuse. A Republican state legislator, Tom O’Mara, called it “preposterous” and “asinine,” and a Cornell law professor, William A. Jacobson, said it would be a “government-run heroin shooting gallery.”

In fact, in my blog post from which the quote was taken, to which The Times links in the online version, I was ambivalent:

I have mixed feelings about such a location from a public policy perspective. The heroin scourge is real, I’m just not sure normalizing the use helps the problem.

Nonetheless, they spelled my name correctly, and did link in the online verison.

If a reader saw it, I’m sure many others did as well.

Guess what song was our Video of the Day on December 15, 2015? Yes, really. What’s the chance?


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