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LAPD to equip more officers with medication to reduce opioid deaths

LOS ANGELES - As the nation battles an opioid epidemic, the Los Angeles Police Department is expanding a program to supply officers with thousands of doses of a nasal spray to treat overdose victims.

Last year, the LAPD launched a pilot program to train and equip officers to administer naloxone, which blocks the

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