Tough Adversaries 

Sept. 15, 2018 – “Large amounts of dangerous drugs, such as fentanyl, are always charged as trafficking by state and federal prosecutors in Ohio,” said Dennis Willard, a Yes on Issue 1 spokesperson. “Law enforcement arrest them for trafficking, prosecutors charge them with trafficking and courts convict them of trafficking, and they go to prison for trafficking.”

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