I honestly feel here in Texas that we’re really under attack when it comes to drug access in the state. You hear more and more stories about not only adults overdosing on certain drugs in Texas but you hear about our children, which is really a scary thing. Don’t get me wrong, I know raising a child in general is always going to be a challenge for any parent, but adding drugs to the equation definitely doesn’t make it any easier.

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On September 1 Texas laws against a particular drug were made, and if I’m being completely honest with you, Texas, I find it to be one of the most dangerous drugs anybody has ever encountered even over crack cocaine. Fentanyl is by far one of the most intimidating and dangerous drugs that I have seen in a long time and it’s invading Texas to the point where it is really nerve-racking. According to DEA.gov Fentanyl is a potent, synthetic opioid drug approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use as a pain relief, and it is killing Texans every single day.



What really scares me about the Fentanyl drug is when you see it in some forms, it looks just like candy you would eat, and who loves candy in Texas, that’s right our children. The Texas Tribune says Fentanyl is a dominating drug that has become a serious problem in the great state of Texas. I’ve witnessed people take this drug, and instantly die, I’m not saying someone has taken the drugs, fell asleep, and then died in their sleep Texas, no, I’m saying, I have seen people literally take the drug and die. Right now the state of Texas is under attack and it's up to Texans to take the safety of the state back!

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