House Bill

HB1043:

Increasing sentences for fentanyl offenses

Sponsor

Bill Primary sponsors

Berry (Mark)

Cosponsors

Filed: 1/9/2023 2:00:24 PM

Original Title

Increasing sentences for fentanyl offenses

Summary

What it does

This bill enhance the penalties for certain fentanyl-related offenses. It would require that anyone convicted of delivering, manufacturing, or trafficking of fentanyl must be sentenced to at least 30 years in prison; or life in prison with eligibility for parole no sooner than 30 years if fentanyl caused the death of the receiver.

Options: In Committee (first chamber)

Status

In House Judiciary

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