Parents Push For New Law After Son Dies From Fentanyl-Laced Pills Bought on Social Media
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“We’re Momming Today” with Dr. Laura Berman and Sam Chapman, whose 16-year-old son, Sammy, died in 2020 after buying pills on Snapchat that were laced with Fentanyl. Their pain and suffering has turned into activism as they share their fight to hold social media companies accountable and change parental monitoring and other settings on the platforms that have been criticized for protecting drug dealers and enabling illegal (and deadly) drug use.
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