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Three cities could get money to link low-level drug offenders to services and keep them out of jail.
As other cities in King County balk, Seattle’s City Council preps for a major public-health effort.
Leaders say the sites make “no sense” for their city.
The ballot initiative would have prohibited supervised consumption sites (CHELs) throughout King County.
Bob Ferguson and Pete Holmes want to reclaim more than a decade of drug profits from Purdue, among others.
The Kent City Council will vote Tuesday night on legislation cribbed from three other cities that have already approved a ban.