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Eau Claire, Wis. Fire Department EMT and Paramedic Matt Gunderson holds a dose of naloxone on Jan. 10, 2014.  The emergency medical technicians of 47 agencies statewide will be allowed to administer the narcotic antidote naloxone, widely known by the brand name Narcan.  Under current state policy, only advanced life support EMTs can administer naloxone with overdose patients.  (AP Photo/Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, Dan Reiland).

Eau Claire, Wis. Fire Department EMT and Paramedic Matt Gunderson holds a dose of naloxone on Jan. 10, 2014. The emergency medical technicians of 47 agencies statewide will be allowed to administer the narcotic antidote naloxone, widely known by the brand name Narcan. Under current state policy, only advanced life support EMTs can administer naloxone with overdose patients. (AP Photo/Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, Dan Reiland).

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