Iowa gets opioid antidote rebate

Public agencies in Iowa will get a bit of a discount each time they buy Naloxone.  That's according to Attorney General Tom Miller, who announced a deal with Amphastar Wednesday regarding the medicine that fights the effects of an overdose.  Under the deal, public agencies will pay $6 less per dose than they normally would for the medicine.  Miller's office says right now, agencies in Iowa spend anywhere from $23 to $48 dollars per dose when they buy Naloxone.