West Virginia’s Slight Decrease In Overdoses Last Year Has Officials Cautiously Optimistic

West Virginia is taking more steps to curb the crisis with new laws to limit initial painkiller prescriptions, require that both deadly and non-fatal overdoses be reported by emergency responders and hospitals, and equip all emergency responders with opioid antidotes.



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