For those of you who don't know, Narcan is a drug that can help save someone's life if they've overdosed. It really is a miracle drug and has helped so many people out who overdosed. But it's becoming more readily available. A prescription is needed in most places, but I know that where I live, I can go to the pharmacy and no prescription is needed. It's going to be an over-the-counter drug that anyone can purchase if they so choose so. So this drug may seem like a great thing at the start. It's saving people's lives, and that's nice and all. But there's a bigger problem at hand... Drug overdosing is becoming an epidemic, more or less. And by giving people Narcan (which is what most paramedics will give someone if they're overdosing), or by allowing people to buy it themselves, we're essentially saying that it's completely fine to shoot up on Heroin because you can just save yourself with Narcan in the end. And then tax payers have to use all their money on treating people who have overdosed, because there won't be consequences in the end. Honestly, this may sound harsh, but we all make stupid decisions in life. So if someone shoots up and overdoses once, fine. Stupid decision by them, but I think they should be saved. It's when they become a habitual offender that I say you should just let them die. They clearly aren't going to change their ways and are going to keep overdosing. This wastes people's time, tax dollars, and medical professional's time by saving people who keep making stupid decisions. They could be spending time on someone going into cardiac arrest instead of people doing drugs because they thought it was cool at one point and now they're addicted. If you don't pay taxes (which I'm assuming most of you don't), it's probably easier to say "meh who cares?". But if you do, it's a much bigger problem. So what do you guys think about Narcan?