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From the Desk of Pat Tiberi | STOP Act & Drug Trafficking on In Focus

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Washington, August 19, 2017 | Pat Tiberi ((614) 523-2555) | comments
Sunday, I’ll be on “In Focus with Mike Kallmeyer” on the Spectrum Networks to discuss drug trafficking and my bill, the STOP Act, which will close a dangerous loophole in the U.S. postal system that drug dealers are utilizing to ship deadly drugs like fentanyl into our communities.
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Tomorrow, I’ll be on “In Focus with Mike Kallmeyer” on the Spectrum Networks to discuss drug trafficking and my bill, the STOP Act, which will close a dangerous loophole in the U.S. postal system that drug dealers are utilizing to ship deadly drugs like fentanyl into our communities. 

The STOP Act has the potential to save lives, keep our police officers safe, reduce the strain on emergency responders, and prevent overdoses. Tune in on Sunday and watch a preview on my Facebook page to learn more about how and why I’m fighting for this bill to become law.

Thanks,


About In Focus
: In Focus is a 30-minute public affairs program hosted by award-winning anchor Mike Kallmeyer, exclusively on Spectrum Networks. It airs on channel 1311, 510, or 511 every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. and 11:30 p.m., every Monday at 7:30 a.m. and on www.spectruminfocus.com.

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