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Overdose Antidote Bill Poised for Enactment in Maine

A bill that would expand access to a lifesaving drug used to prevent overdose deaths appears headed for passage in the Maine Legislature. And a new amendment that includes training for law enforcement has apparently eased some of the concerns of Gov. Paul LePage, who had previously threatened to veto the measure. The governor's spokeswoman now says her boss might let the bill become law without his signature. A.J. Higgins has more.

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