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2018 Legislative Session
 

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LEGISLATION IN THE NEWS
2018 Legislation Could Impact Cities
January 3, 2018
By Tom Crawford
Georgia lawmakers are indicating they will move ahead with legislation in the upcoming General As­sembly session that could have a major financial and administrative impact on the state’s municipalities. 
 
Stemming Georgia’s Opioid Epidemic: State & Local Government Cooperation
May 9, 2017
By Sen. Renee Unterman
With the Georgia 911 Medical Amnesty Law in effect, the prevalence of first responders carrying naloxone varies depending on the funding available to purchase the naloxone kits in cities and counties in Georgia. Funding solutions should be explored by our counties and municipalities to ensure Naloxone is available to first responders and can be replenished after the kit passes an expiration date or is used in the field.