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This city councilman wants to limit how many times to save addicts from overdose

An Ohio city councilman is looking to impose a "three strikes" limit on saving opioid addicts from overdoses, to lower costs. Middletown councilman Dan Picard proposed that first responders not dispense the lifesaving drug Narcan to addicts if they overdose more than twice. "This is just costing us too much money," Picard said.