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Syringes and a synthetic drug wrapper that was collected by CHUM Shelter employee Shawn Carr of Duluth. The use of synthetics has been a growing problem at the shelter. Clint Austin |Forum News Service

Synthetic drugs plague Duluth homeless shelter

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DULUTH — The growing use of synthetic drugs is threatening to shred the safety net offered to the city’s most vulnerable residents at a shelter in downtown Duluth, the nonprofit agency’s staff says.

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In the last year, staff members at the

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