Lawmakers get a lesson on the drug problem in Texas, by the numbers, By Catherine Marfin, Austin Bureau of the Houston Chronicle
“Rather than community-based treatment services, we’ve invested in criminal justice-based services,” said Elizabeth Henneke, a lawyer and executive director of Lone Star Justice. “I have to put many of my clients in jail to get them services. That shouldn’t be the case.”
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