The Massachusetts Medical Society has voted to support the opening of clinics where drug users could go to use illegal substances under a doctor's supervision. The society voted overwhelmingly on Saturday to adopt a resolution urging the state to create a pilot program, supporting two clinics, so-called supervised injection sites. However, these sites aren't legal in the U.S. under the federal Controlled Substances Act.
Jeffrey Reynolds, president and CEO of the Family and Children's Association in New York.
This segment aired on May 1, 2017.