More than 100 organizations are calling for opioid settlement dollars to fund and expand overdose prevention centers, according to a letter dated Monday sent to New York Gov. Kathy Hochul.

OASAS rejected overdose prevention centers, which are not legal under federal law, however, New York City hosts two overdose prevention centers within its jurisdiction, which are mentioned in Monday’s letter.

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