Vicky Que Reports That Yesterday, Clinton Administration Officials endorsed needle exchange programs for drug addicts, who are likely to spread AIDS. The officials stopped short of lifting the ban on federal funds for the program. While supplying addicts with free, clean syringes can slow the spread of the virus, the idea has been controversial since it was proposed early in the epidemic. More than 50 cities currently run a needle exchange program, but they're funded through local or private funds.
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