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Ohioans Praise Sherrod For His Plan To Save “Thousands of Lives” Through Bipartisan FEND Off Fentanyl Act

COLUMBUS, OH  – On National Fentanyl Awareness Day, Ohioans – including law enforcement officials and addiction treatment providers – continue to “praise” Sherrod for passing his bipartisan FEND Off Fentanyl Act, “a huge step” to protect Ohio families and law enforcement from dangerous fentanyl. Sherrod worked with Republicans on the bipartisan bill for months to crack down on the chemical suppliers in China and drug traffickers in Mexico which experts note will save “thousands of lives.”

Sherrod’s bipartisan efforts to keep fentanyl out of Ohio stands in “bright contrast” to Bernie Moreno, who said he would have voted against the bill and “called the recent immigration package ‘357 pages of garbage,’ even though it included FEND Off Fentanyl Act.”


WCMH: “To help combat the ongoing fentanyl crisis, [President of the Ohio Fraternal Order of Police] Wolske is praising lawmakers for passing the FEND Off Fentanyl Act.”

Gary Wolske, President of the Ohio Fraternal Order of Police: “We’ve taken a huge step, I believe, by protecting not only the citizens of the community, but also law enforcement officers as well.” 

Sherrod Brown: “It’s a public health crisis and we need all hands on deck… We attack where this stuff is being made by going after their profits.” 


WEWS: “A plan to save thousands of lives here in the U.S… the FEND Off Fentanyl Act aims to stop the potentially deadly drug before it even makes its way into Ohio.” 

Daniel Lettenberger-Klein, Stella Maris CEO: “Once fentanyl is on the street, it’s too late, right? So being able to work upstream and try to create some meaningful change for the people we have on our doorstep every day is, hopefully, will have a generational impact.” 

WEWS: “And [Alexis Gullata, a recovering addict] told me she’s all for tougher laws to help stop the illegal drugs from destroying lives and families.”