Rep. Travis Couture joins KONA to discuss his bill to protect kids from parents who use fentanyl, other illicit drugs

During the first week of the legislative session Rep. Travis Couture, R-Allyn, sat down with KONA Radio to discuss House Bill 2233 to combat the rising number of fentanyl deaths involving children under the supervision of the state Department of Children, Youth and Families. The bill makes it easier to remove children from homes where parents are known to use fentanyl or other hard drugs such as meth and heroin.


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