That's all from Holyrood Live on Wednesday 28 November 2018.
MSPs disagreed on whether there was a drug death "crisis" or "emergency", or whether it was a "public health priority", as government minister Joe Fitzpatrick insisted.
Scotland's first drugs strategy for a decade focuses on treating the issue as a public health concern rather than a criminal justice issue.
Figures published earlier this year showed there were a record 934 drugs-related deaths in Scotland in 2017.
The amendment backed by MSPs today also offered support for the creation of a safe consumption facility in Glasgow.