As the Texas Senate has begun to deliberate and pass legislation, they unanimously passed a bill this week that would charge fentanyl distributors with murder.

Republican State Sen. Joan Huffman from Houston introduced Senate Bill 645, also known as the “Combating Fentanyl Bill,” which would increase the penalty for fentanyl production and sales to a first-degree felony of murder punishable by a lifetime imprisonment.

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