Supervised Injection Facilities Save Lives


Safe drug site challenge heads to state Supreme Court

Attorney general sends allegations against King County to PDC for review

The complaint filed by I-27, an initiative that would ban heroin injection sites, was against the county, the Department of Public Health – Seattle and King County and King County Department of Community and Human Services and alleged that the agencies were violating Washington State law.

It outlines that King County Health violated a state law by using public resources to pay for and promote Facebook advertisements opposing citizen-led I-27.

Seattle council approves $5.6B budget that boosts spending on homelessness, opioid crisis