A House bill that would have allowed anyone to possess and administer naloxone, a drug that reverses opiate overdoses and “brings people back from the dead,” was one of the victims of the Senate stalemate at the end of the 2015 Legislative session. The drug is perhaps better known by its brand name of Narcan. Last July, Gov. Jay Nixon signed a bill that allows law enforcement to carry Narcan in their vehicles and administer the drug at the scene of an overdose. This is much like what paramedics have done throughout the state for many years. But some legislators, advocates and law enforcement believe that putting Narcan in the hands of friends and family of addicts would be more effective at saving lives.