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Written byfor the Boston Globe, this article discusses allegations made against Fall River city officials over discrimination against addicted people. The addiction-treatment program SSTAR is suing the city’s building inspector and zoning board for denying a permit to build a 60-bed treatment center with outpatient offices. According to Joseph Macy, a lawyer for the city, the permit denial was a straightforward application of the law: “Zoning rules don’t allow such a facility at that site.” The full article is available below, what do you think?