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Stitt of Oklahoma has signed a new bill into law aimed at preventing fentanyl overdoses.

The bill, which will come into effect in November, allows Oklahomans to legally carry fentanyl test strips without them being considered drug paraphernalia.

The author of the bill argues that these strips offer a simple and intelligent solution to provide individuals at risk with additional means to protect themselves.

The Oklahoma Department of Health reports a concerning rise in fentanyl overdose deaths from 2019 to 2020.

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