Yes, every state should pass a law prohibiting anyone who is not a First Responder or a medical professional from using Narcan.
Those who use Narcan on another person without a license (healthcare, First Responder) should be arrested and charged with a felony in order to discourage Heroine growth in towns, cities, and suburbs.
Even people who use CPR can be sued for using CPR, if they are not licensed health professional or a First Responder.
People who want to sue those who use medical treatments when they are not licensed to do so makes sense. You wouldn’t want a non-licensed doctor to operate on you, do you?
In the same way, it if fair and just that a drug addict or his family can sue a non-licensed (healthcare) person for administering Narcan (whether the “patient” lives or dies). Healthcare must be regulated because it involves life and death.
It is good to prohibit Narcan use, because proliferation of Narcan in any town or city will necessarily increase exponentially those who use Heroine in that community.
Heroine users will mistakenly think that it is “okay” to use Heroine, because there is a safety net. In other words, Narcan has become an excuse for using Heroine among many teens.
It is better to illegalize Narcan use by non-healthcare professionals or non-First Responders, in order to stop the growth of Heroine use in the community. Do you want your child to be tempted to use Heroine, because there is a “safety net” Narcan? Illegalizing Narcan may save your child’s life in the future!
As people think that they will be “saved” by Narcan, easily, more and more people (including middle school and high school kids) will use Heroine, and the Heroine epidemic will grow, more and more!
Because Ohio laws are “soft” on drug use and drug enforcement, Heroine and other drug problems are proliferating in Ohio.
Ohio’s governor and state government are responsible for the drug problem in Ohio. Ohio’s state government is too “soft” on drugs and other narcotics. Narcotics problem is related to “soft” laws and law enforcement on drugs, like Marijuana and Heroine usage in any context!
Governor John Kasich must start declaring war on Heroine in Ohio and start arresting and prosecuting drug users (Heroine, Marijuana, Meth, etc.). God may send drug users who do not repent to Hell, to be tortured forever in the eternal Hell fire, but it is Governor John Kasich’s role to arrest and prosecute drug users and drug suppliers in the state of Ohio. If Governor Kasich does not aggressively apply law enforcement on drug usage, then he is directly responsible for the growth of drug addicts in his state. This is true for all governors in all 50 states in the United States of America.
Unless states pass mandatory Death Penalty (Capital Punishment) laws against repeat drug users and drug traffickers, the Heroine problem will only continue to grow. Arrest without punishment does nothing. Repeat drug users and drug traffickers must face justice by Death Penalty, if anti-drug laws will have any deterrence effect in communities. Narcan helps the exponential growth of Heroine users in towns, cities, and suburbs.