(CBS) — A north suburban family’s loss may result in a heroin antidote becoming more readily available.

Congressman Bob Dold plans to introduce a bill tomorrow that would give states grants to increase access to Naloxone.

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Jody Daitchman says she wishes the opiod antagonist was around when her son Alex Laliberte overdosed and died in her Buffalo Grove home on December 15, 2008.

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Alex’s sister Chelsea runs a non-profit devoted to raising awareness about the growing heroin epidemic that she says will kill 129 people today alone.

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While Walgreens has agreed to sell Naloxone without a prescription, supporters say Lali’s Law will get it into the hands of more law enforcement agencies.