Leonard Campanello, the police chief of Gloucester, Mass., speaks at the third annual Fed Up! Rally in Washington on Oct. 3, 2015. He started offering treatment to heroin addicts who walk into his station instead of arrest, even if they have drugs on them. According to the Fed Up! website, almost 3,000 people attended the rally, including Fed Up! committee member Michele McTiernan-Gleason, from Connect the Pieces in Boise, Idaho.
Leonard Campanello, the police chief of Gloucester, Mass., speaks at the third annual Fed Up! Rally in Washington on Oct. 3, 2015. He started offering treatment to heroin addicts who walk into his station instead of arrest, even if they have drugs on them. According to the Fed Up! website, almost 3,000 people attended the rally, including Fed Up! committee member Michele McTiernan-Gleason, from Connect the Pieces in Boise, Idaho. Tori Whitley McClatchy
Leonard Campanello, the police chief of Gloucester, Mass., speaks at the third annual Fed Up! Rally in Washington on Oct. 3, 2015. He started offering treatment to heroin addicts who walk into his station instead of arrest, even if they have drugs on them. According to the Fed Up! website, almost 3,000 people attended the rally, including Fed Up! committee member Michele McTiernan-Gleason, from Connect the Pieces in Boise, Idaho. Tori Whitley McClatchy

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