Initiative to ‘Stop Fentanyl Dealers’ sought by fentanyl victim’s families begins in Sacramento

A number of families who have lost their loved ones to the deadly drug fentanyl in recent months gathered Tuesday, Sept. 5, in front of the California Attorney General’s office along with supporters of a voter initiative to Stop Fentanyl Dealers, adding to the current Senate Bill 350 Alexandra’s Law warnings. Leading the Sacramento live stream news conference on the initiative was Matt Capelouto, member of the Stop Fentanyl Dealers movement and the father of Alexandra Capelouto whose name is on the law that currently warns drug dealers that the fentanyl is extremely dangerous to human life and if they manufacture to sell it and if a person dies from it they could be charged with voluntary manslaughter or murder. It basically served only as warning and the initiative seeks to put more
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