Andover is one of many communities whose residents are confronting opioid addiction and its effects, and many people have doses of the overdose-reversing drug naloxone on hand just in case a friend or family member needs it. Sen. Joan Lovely says that puts a target on them as far as insurance companies are concerned. The Salem Democrat wants to prevent insurers from denying coverage, or charging higher rates, just because someone has a naloxone prescription. What do you think?
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