Starbucks opens it restrooms to Drug Dens & What is to be done? @JeffBliss1

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Starbucks opens it restrooms to Drug Dens & What is to be done? @JeffBliss1

Remember last spring when Starbucks chairman Howard Schultz announced shortly before departing the company that the coffee chain would allow everyone to use its rest rooms? His former colleagues have been left with quite a mess.

Starbucks is installing boxes for safe disposal of syringes in the bathrooms of certain locations, following workers’ reports of discarded needles and sometimes concerning conditions…


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