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Bill To Streamline Life-Saving, Anti-Overdose Drug Naloxone In Schools Failed In Legislature

First-responders carry a powerful, opioid-overdose reversal drug – known as naloxone – that can save lives when injected into a patient or sprayed into his nose. The U.S. surgeon general has urged broader access to the drug to reduce overdose deaths, but the Legislature failed to pass a measure that could have made the drug more widely available in Florida’s schools – despite it being free of charge to schools in many cases.

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The Point, March 22, 2020: A Personal Story Of Trying To Get Tested For COVID-19 In Florida

Subscribe to The Point, arriving in your inbox Monday through Friday at 8 a.m. Today’s top Florida stories • One of our colleagues responsible for editing the stories we bring to you in this space each day had a scare with coronavirus-like symptoms last week, and she decided to share it …

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Lawmakers Pass $93.2 Billion Budget, Face Uncertainty

TALLAHASSEE — State lawmakers on Thursday approved a record $93.2 billion budget for next year, with attention already focused on a potential need to revisit the spending plan this summer as the novel coronavirus upends the economy. The budget (HB 5001), which takes effect July 1, was approved in a …

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