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News Highlights

San Francisco Approves YEO’s Free College Plan

San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors voted overwhelmingly in favor to allow residents and municipal employees free access to the City College of San Francisco. Supervisor Jane Kim’s resolution will scrap tuition fees and direct grants to help low-income students cover textbooks and other educational costs. “City College is one of the last affordable opportunities in […]

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New York Passes YEO’s Narcan Bill

The New York legislature passed Sen. David Carlucci’s bill requiring that pharmacies carry naloxone, used to reverse opioid overdoses, over the counter. The drug is an effective tool in the fight against the rising tide of deaths linked to opioids. “We’re saving lives by having naloxone available,” Carlucci said.

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