Sam and Rachelle discuss Georgia’s 9-1-1 Medical Amnesty Law with Jeremy Sharp, Board of Directors member for both Students for Sensible Drug Policy and Georgia Overdose Prevention. Jeremy Sharp explains why medical amnesty laws matter, what Georgia’s 9-1-1 Medical Amnesty Law protects, and how advocates dealt with the barriers they faced before the bill passed.
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Call to Action:
- Learn about the medical amnesty laws and policies in your community and state. Improve them if you can, and educate your friends and family about them.
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