Where a Life-Saving Needle Exchange Operates in the Shadow of the Law

Friday night dinner service at the Salvation Army is halfway over and the front window is fogged with the heat coming off the steam trays. A long stretch of mild weather in Iowa City has finally given over to the cold, and people are trickling outside in heavy layers to smoke and shoot the shit. Sarah Ziegenhorn and John, who doesn’t give his last name, are standing a little ways off from the group, talking about planes passing overhead and the 100 or so doses of naloxone sitting in the trunk of her car.

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