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It's not difficult for young people in Denver

to find heroin, either. A recent report by Rick Sallinger, of CBS News Channel 4, revealed the homeless sell plenty of the drug. He went undercover and approached random homeless people looking for black tar heroin, and repeatedly found what he was supposedly looking for. Mayor Michael Hancock wants to sign an ordinance banning urban camping to prevent panhandlers from their secret drug dealings. He's getting a lot of resistance, however, from local agencies who want to protect the rights of the homeless. It's a sticky situation for the mayor.

Mayor Hancock knows full well that the most

abused drugs in Denver remain alcohol and marijuana. However, heroin's climb in popularity does not seem to be declining. In 2010 heroin overdoses ranked third behind marijuana and cocaine for emergency room visits. In 2011, about 18 percent of all Denver residents who were admitted to substance abuse treatment centers were opiate addicts, according to the Colorado Health Foundation.

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