Cops say they're being poisoned by fentanyl. Experts say the risk is 'extremely low'
Police officers regularly report being poisoned or overdosing after encountering trace amounts of fentanyl on the job. Experts say it's not happening.
To reduce opioid overdose deaths, North Carolina lawmakers want to crack down on the people who distribute them.
In 2017, more than 5,500 North Carolinians went to the emergency room for an opioid overdose.