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Sarah Boden covers health, science and technology for 90.5 WESA. Before coming to Pittsburgh in November 2017, she was a reporter for Iowa Public Radio where she covered a range of issues, including the 2016 Iowa Caucuses.

Sarah’s reporting has appeared on NPR’s Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Weekend Edition Saturday and WBUR's Here and Now. She has won multiple awards, including a regional Edward R. Murrow for her story on a legal challenge to Iowa's felon voting ban.

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Opioid settlement money is supposed to expand syringe services. A Pa. nonprofit just lost $150K because of them.

Billions of dollars are coming to states to help them respond to the opioid epidemic, but Pennsylvania's drug paraphernalia law is creating conflict.
By Ed Mahon/Spotlight PA and Sarah Boden/WESA








Opioid settlement money is supposed to expand syringe services. Pa.’s drug laws stand in the way.

Several charities in Pennsylvania provide syringe services in their communities despite a state law that puts them at risk.

By Ed Mahon/Spotlight PA and Sarah Boden/WESA
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