I think the answer is yes to that. I know that's particularly unpopular in some circles because it's perceived as promoting drug use, but the answer is yes. People know what they're using. There still might be people who make bad decisions and continue to use more and more and die as a result, but you are right when you say that a lot of the time people die because the stuff is so incredibly potent they don't know how much they're injecting. Are they injecting 300 micrograms of fentanyl, or 3,000? They don't know, and they are dead as a result of the uncertainty.
To the extent that this is a health problem and to the extent that providing someone with that health problem something that helps them not die as a result of their health problem, I think it would help people.
I appreciate that it's seen by some as distasteful, but given how incredibly toxic the drug supply is, it's one of the things we have to have on the table.