News The grass next to City Hall will be Gary McCoy's home for as long as he can go without food. (Photo: Benjamin Schneider) The grass next to City Hall will be Gary McCoy's home for as long as he can go without food. (Photo: Benjamin Schneider)

Safe Consumption Sites, By Any Means

Gary McCoy is staging a hunger strike and calling on the city to act unilaterally to legalize a proven method of reducing overdose deaths.

By Benjamin Schneider
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