A bill that would give immunity to anyone who calls for help when someone overdoses is making its way through the legislature.
The current Good Samaritan law protects people under 21 from criminal charges if they call 911 after someone overdoses.
It also applies only to prescription drugs.
The new bill would give immunity to any person and apply to any illegal drug if 911 is called for a medical emergency.
While the bill is receiving bi-partisan support, Republican Senator Patrick Colbeck says it essentially amounts to legalization of drug use,