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amNewYork: Cops across New York could soon be carrying naloxone

Cops across New York could soon be carrying naloxone By CRISTIAN SALAZAR | April 3, 2014 State Attorney General Eric Schniederman announced Thursday that his office was launching a program to get life-saving drugs that can halt opioid overdoses into the hands of law-enforcement officers across New York. With overdose deaths from the abuse of […]

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PR: Attorney General Schneiderman Takes on Overdose Crisis

Press Release | 4/3/14 | Drug Policy Alliance & VOCAL NY NY Attorney General Eric Schneiderman Takes on Overdose Crisis, Introduces Country’s First Statewide Naloxone Program for Use by Law Enforcement Announcement Comes as FDA Announces Approval of Innovative New Device to Reverse Opiate Overdose Expanding Access to Naloxone will Save Lives, Curb Overdose Epidemic  NEW YORK – […]

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PR: Landmark Affordable Housing Protection for Low-Income People with HIV/AIDS in State Budget

Press Release | 4/3/14 Advocates, Elected Officials & de Blasio Administration Celebrate Landmark Affordable Housing Protection for Low-Income People with HIV/AIDS in State Budget  “30% Rent Cap” in HIV/AIDS Rental Assistance Program Closes Loophole that Pushed Thousands into Homelessness New York – The recently approved state budget included a “30% rent cap” affordable housing protection for clients […]

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Leg Gazette

Senate passes bill that would increase access to heroin overdose antidote By Matthew McKibben | March 31, 2014 The New York state Senate passed legislation last week that would give more people access to an antidote that, if used timely and correctly, can prevent accidental overdose deaths from heroin and other opioids. The bill, (S.6477-b/A.8637-b), which […]

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