- Opioid overdoses, which commonly stem from fentanyl, result in over five deaths daily in Arizona, according to the state’s Department of Health Services.
- “We need to take swift action to deal with what is happening to combat it,” said state Rep. Steve Montenegro, who is the Chairman of the House Health & Human Services Committee, said.
Montenegro also took to task new Democrat Gov. Katie Hobbs, saying she’s agreed that the situation is a crisis, “but her actions in gutting border-related funding to law enforcement says otherwise.”
- Hobbs’s proposed budget cuts to the state’s Border Strike Force, The Center Square reported.
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