Oregon, California lawmakers introduce bill to teach kids, teachers, parents dangers of fentanyl

PORTLAND Ore. (KPTV) - Oregon and California state leaders, including Representative Suzanne Bonamici, introduced a new bill called the Fentanyl Awareness For Children And Teens In School Act on Thursday.

The bill is designed protect students from fentanyl poisoning by educating kids, parents and teachers in schools across America.

“The bottom line is this legislation will save lives,” says Rep. Bonamici. “Awareness curriculum, like this should be available to students and families across the country.”

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