Starbucks to install needle disposal units all across America after drug users “camp” in their restrooms thanks to “tolerance” policies

Monday, April 29, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: Vicki Batts
Monday, April 29, 2019

As opioid addiction continues to ravage the United States, bleeding heart liberals continue to encourage the problem with so-called “tolerance” policies. No one would argue that drug abuse is a terrible problem to face, but there are growing concerns about the message sent by certain actions.

In many areas, corrupt politicians are turning a blind-eye to rampant drug use and crime. Cities around the country have been turned into literal wastelands, ravaged by addiction. While addiction is often viewed as something that only effects the individual, addiction can also devastate entire communities and threaten public health.

Starbucks just announced that it will be installing needle disposal containers in their cafes’ public restrooms around the country. Multiple employees were pricked by dirty hypodermic needles in the bathrooms that were left behind by drug addicts. After massive outcry and a petition, Starbucks is now taking the most passive action possible by simply giving addicts a safe place to dispose of their needles. Does anyone at Starbucks even care that people are shooting up in the bathroom?

Starbucks fights drug addiction with sharps containers

As Business Insider reports, Starbucks will be installing needle disposal units in cafe bathrooms around the United States. So far, stores from 25 different markets have implemented the sharps containers. Starbucks says it hopes to have needle disposal units installed in every area where it’s deemed necessary by summertime.

The action comes on the heels of massive petition, signed by thousands of concerned employees who demanded the company install sharps containers in high-risk stores.

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