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42c3bf55614d32e7f3c715531a096a16571eac48 Dartmouth 2K9 1 Needle Exchange Neg Last printed 0/0/0000 0:00:00 AM 1
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42c3bf55614d32e7f3c715531a096a16571eac48 Dartmouth 2K9 2 1NC Needle Exchange: T–Increase A. Increase is direct growth not removing a barrier Random House Webster’s College Dictionary 96 Increase: 1)to make greater , as in number, size, strength, or quality; augment 2)to become greater, as in number, size, strength, or quality 3)to multiply by propagation 4)growth or augmentation in size , strength, quality 5)the act or process of increasing B. Violation: the affirmative only removes a barrier to needle exchange C. Standards: 1. Limits: they're only effectually topical their interp allows removing literally any barrier this opens the floodgates and overstretches our research burden 2. Predictability: they force us to prepare by looking to their solvency by having a plan text with no resolutional basis. 3. Topic-specific education: under their interpretation of debate, we never discuss the resolutional but instead a number of unrelated steps. D. T is a voter for our standards and jurisdiction. E. Evaluate T in a framework of competing interpretations; if we win that our interpretation is best for debate, you vote them down. Reasonability is arbitrary and mandates judge intervention. F. FX:T is an independent voting issue for education and fairness 2
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42c3bf55614d32e7f3c715531a096a16571eac48 Dartmouth 2K9 3 1NC Needle Exchange: Methadone CP TEXT: The United States federal government should substantially increase opiate-assisted treatment for the rehabilitation of persons addicted to controlled substances in the United States. We’ll clarify. Opiate-assisted addiction treatment dramatically cuts drug trafficking Drug Policy Alliance Network, 09 (“Drug Policy Around the World: Switzerland,” http://www.drugpolicy.org/global/drugpolicyby/westerneurop/switzerland/) [Dan Li] These measures mark the beginning of Switzerland’s current drug policy, based on a fourfold approach: prevention, law enforcement, treatment and harm reduction. Among other activities, the Federal Council asked for a study on heroin assisted treatment for chronic heroin addicts who had failed at other treatment programs. In 1992, the Council passed an order authorizing clinical trials involving the medical prescription of heroin, along with a strict scientific evaluation of the trials. A 1997 evaluation of the trials concluded that: heroin assisted treatment for severely dependent heroin addicts improved their physical and/or psychic health, as well as their quality of life (in terms of housing, work and other areas); participants’ illegal use of heroin and cocaine decreased ; the users involved in the program committed fewer crimes (the incidence of theft and property and drug trafficking offences fell sharply ). Opiate-assisted therapy is incredibly effective at blocking the spread of AIDS
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