Press Release  | 06/15/2004

New Poll Shows Support Among New Jersey Voters For Sterile Syringe Access Programs To Prevent The Spread Of HIV And Hepatitis C

Poll Shows New Jersey Voters Believe Drug Abuse To Be A Public Health Rather Than A Criminal Justice Issue And Understand The Link Between Sterile Syringe Access And Improved Public Health
Local Public Health Officials Say Communities Have Been Supportive of Atlantic City and Camden Plans for Syringe Access Programs

(Trenton, NJ -- June, 15) -- A poll released today by the Drug Policy Alliance of New Jersey shows that a majority of voters support the creation of syringe exchange programs in New Jersey. The poll, conducted by the polling company

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