It was Girl Scouts of Connecticut Inc. at the State Capitol. I was “pinned” as a member of the Honorary Girl Scout Troop at the Capitol. Such amazing young women who are committed to serving their communities.
The House of Representatives unanimously attacked the state’s opioid and heroin crisis on Monday, approving a wide-ranging bill that would limit prescriptions and require first responders to carry Narcan, the life-saving overdose antidote.
The House of Representatives approved legislation that will impact the state’s opioid crisis. The legislation will improve access to Naloxone, often known as Narcan, a medication that is used to treat opioid overdoses.