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Westport reverses needle-exchange vote

By David Abel
Globe Staff / April 29, 2005

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Three days after unanimously voting to become the first Massachusetts town in nearly a decade to begin a needle-exchange program for drug users, Westport's Board of Selectmen bowed to public pressure yesterday and voted not only to rescind its decision but to ban any such future program. (Full article: 544 words)

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