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Los Angeles Unified supplies naxolone to schools after nine teens overdose

Los Angeles Unified School District will make overdose reversal drug naloxone available in its public schools following recent student fentanyl overdoses.  LAUSD is the second-largest school system in the United…

Florida investigators shut down fentanyl trafficking operation, seize enough drugs to kill 4 million people

Florida officials announced they shut down a major fentanyl trafficking operation, seizing enough fentanyl to kill 4 million people, the Attorney General’s office announced Wednesday.  State Attorney General Ashley Moody’s…

Abbott blasts Biden’s border policies and directs state agencies to tackle Texas fentanyl crisis

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott penned a letter to state agency leaders directing them to “ramp up” their effort to tackle the state’s fentanyl crisis while taking aim at the Biden…

Florida police unit seizes enough fentanyl to kill 1.5 million adults

The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office announced a drug bust they say contained enough fentanyl to kill 1.5 million adults. “JSO Narcotics Unit seized 3 kilos of fentanyl, 1.26 kilos of cocaine…

Arizona man finds bag of fentanyl, meth on his property: police

A man was “overwhelmed” when he opened a mysterious bag left at his Phoenix, Arizona home and discovered that it was filled with fentanyl pills and methamphetamine, police said.  The…

Bipartisan coalition of state AGs urge Biden to declare fentanyl a WMD as opioid crisis rages

FIRST ON FOX: A bipartisan coalition of 18 state attorneys general are calling on President Biden to take “immediate and decisive action” to declare fentanyl a weapon of mass destruction…

Utah man arrested after police seize fentanyl, heroin, meth, stolen guns from Salt Lake City storage unit

A Utah man is accused of running a major drug trafficking operation after authorities seized heroin, cocaine, fentanyl pills, and stolen firearms from a storage unit in his name, prosecutors…