You know the ins and outs of the law better than I do. To the extent that it would permit those sites to be more available.... I know there's opposition to them. I know that there are sometimes valid concerns, but people don't die in these places. It's simply a fact. They might continue to use, but at one point down the road they might recover—especially if these facilities serve as sort of an access point into help. You can't rehabilitate somebody who's dead, so to the extent that the provisions within the law allow what you've just described to happen, I think that would be a good thing.
An even bigger issue that has come from everyone who's spoken today is that we need a massive societal investment in addiction care. Without that, this is not going to go away. People are going to die by the thousands.