Matthew Feeney Discusses Heroin on HuffPost Live at 1:30pm ET

At 1:30pm ET I will be on HuffPost Live discussing heroin with Maia Szalavitz of Time, who has written an article titled “Philip Seymour Hoffman Didn’t Have to Die,” and Jeff Deeney, who supports injections sites for heroin users.

Watch live here.

Reason senior editor Jacob Sullum has recently written on whether heroin use is "soaring" and on how prohibition makes heroin more dangerous

For more from Reason.com on heroin click here.

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  • Neoliberal Kochtopus||

    ugh kill all pending Hoffman stories with fire and extreme prejudice.

  • Gene||

    +1

  • playa manhattan||

    WE NEED MORE HEROIN POSTS!!!!

  • Heroic Mulatto||

    WE NEED MORE HEROIN!!!!

  • Almanian!||

    What everyone else is saying.

    Fuck, I thought Lou Reed's death was over-covered. I at least LIKED lou Reed. I couldn't pick PSH out of a lineup....

    Give it a bit of a rest. Please. For teh childrenz Heroin couriers.

  • SIV||

    Reason is backtagging every heroin story as PSH.

  • The Late P Brooks||

    Looking at that photo makes me want to design an aesthetically pleasing heroin cooking apparatus and offer it for sale on etsy.

  • The Late P Brooks||

    I'd rather get tips on markets susceptible to heroin arbitrage than read about the vapid self-absorbed do-gooderism of No Labels dimwits trying to convince themselves they weren't overwhelmingly rejected at the polls for good reason.

  • playa manhattan||

    Tips on markets susceptible to heroin arbitrage? Move to a border town.

  • Zeb||

    Whether or not you give a shit about Hoffman, it's a good tie in for discussion of prohibition of drugs other than pot. Arguing for pot legalization is easy. I'm glad to see more on other "bad" drugs where the "well, pot's not so bad" argument doesn't apply.

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