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I love a good deed story. Congrats to Kroger on doing good in the hood.

They will make the overdose antidote drug Naloxone available without a prescription at 100 pharmacies in Ohio and northern Kentucky.

Also known as Narcan, the drug is used to reverse an OD on heroin or other opioid drugs. It’s routinely carried by fire and EMS crews, but has become increasingly available to the public in recent months.

Attorney General Mike DeWine and U.S. Sen. Rob Portman joined Kroger officials for the announcement at the Oakley store Friday.

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