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U.S. appetite for drugs begets violence migrants are fleeing
Topic - Stefan Kertesz
"Once housing programs start, the ability to obtain major savings in the hospitals and jails depends in part on having targeted resources to the most vulnerable," said Dr. Stefan Kertesz, a researcher on homelessness at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. "A lot of them will be people who are making a sad and avoidable circuit between institutions and the streets."
Study co-author Dr. Stefan Kertesz said there are other aspects of marijuana that may help explain the results.