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Texas officials giving Narcan to Austin bars as fentanyl deaths surge: 'Public health crisis'

Added 11-30-22 11:11:01am EST - “Travis County Judge Andy Brown joined "Fox & Friends" to discuss how fentanyl has affected the area and why Austin-area bars must have Narcan to combat overdoses.” - Foxnews.com

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Travis County Judge Andy Brown on Austin-area bars receiving Narcan and how fentanyl has affected the area

Travis County, Texas, which includes Austin, is planning to give Narcan to local bars to combat the rise in drug overdoses. 

Travis County Judge Andy Brown joined "Fox & Friends" Wednesday to discuss the county tackling the overdoses and how fentanyl has affected the area. 

"Nobody should die because of an addiction and because of those numbers that you just pointed out to us in Travis County, that's exactly what's happening there are people dying of preventable overdose deaths," said Brown. 

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