Ohio Report for Wednesday, March 4, 2015 Senate Report
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House Passes Bill Further Easing Access To Overdose Drug

Drug addicts and people in a position to help them would have easier access to the overdose medication naloxone under a bill that unanimously cleared the House Wednesday.

The bill (HB 4*) expands on a measure passed last session (HB170, 130th General Assembly) that created a limited exception to prior law requiring a licensed health care professional to administer the drug.


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