Radio Report: Rep. Gina Mosbrucker to hold drug crisis town hall meeting Tuesday evening in Toppenish

A state representative wants to stop fentanyl and other hard drugs from killing people and destroying communities. She’s holding a town hall meeting in Toppenish on Tuesday evening to listen to citizens’ ideas on the drug crisis. John Sattgast reports from the state Capitol.

 Radio Report Transcript

SATTGAST: “Save our Communities” is the theme of the Drug Crisis Town Hall sponsored by Republican Representative Gina Mosbrucker.

The 14th District lawmaker will be joined Tuesday evening by local community, health, and law enforcement officials to seek solutions for the 2024 legislative session.

MOSBRUCKER: “Fentanyl is now, according to the CDC, the leading cause of death for anyone who is 18 to 45. This is a crisis! It’s not legislators that have the answers. It’s the people that we serve. And it’s especially people whose family members suffering from addiction.”

SATTGAST: The two-hour listening session will begin at 5 p.m., Tuesday night, at the Community Center on North Meyers Road in Toppenish.

John Sattgast, the state Capitol.


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