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"To encourage people to report overdoses, state and local officials have launched the Make the Right Call campaign to remind residents of the state's 911 Good Samaritan Law.On Tuesday, Walpole Police Chief John Carmichael joined Governor Charlie Baker, Attorney General Maura Healey, and Health and Human Services Secretary Marylou Sudders in officially launching the campaign, which protects people seeking medical help for themselves or other people from potential possession charges.The $250,000", walpole.wickedlocal.com
"When there is a witness to a drug overdose, that witness does not call 911 to get help for the overdosing user 60 to 70 percent of the time, according to the attorney general’s office.Attorney General Maura Healey teamed up with Gov. Charlie Baker, administration officials and law enforcement officers Tuesday to roll out the “Make the Right Call” campaign to encourage people who witness an overdose to call for emergency help, and to remind witnesses that the Massachusetts", northandover.wickedlocal.com
"If you see someone overdosing, or you are with someone who is overdosing, you can call 911 and get them help without fear of prosecution. Launching the 'Make the Right Call' campaign to highlight the state's Good Samaritan law, Massachusetts officials stressed that people will not be prosecuted for drug use or possession.", www.masslive.com
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