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On May 2, Helenans will vote on three school levies. When we vote YES for these levies, we're voting for our children and their teachers. When we vote YES, we're investing in the future of our community. 

The horror that occurred in Tennessee is just another reason that those that proclaim the Second Amendment allows these atrocities to occur should be voted out of office.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved selling overdose antidote naloxone over-the-counter, marking the first time a opioid treatment drug will be available without a prescription. Wednesday's approval is for Narcan, a name-brand version of naloxone sold by Emergent BioSolutions. How much this will impact a nationwide overdose crisis is not clear, even though better access to naloxone is a priority. The decision means Narcan can be available at convenience and grocery stores, but its price isn't clear. For many people who use drugs, naloxone is already available from community groups — and that's not expected to change.

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