There’s a growing national bipartisan effort to combat the deadly drug, fentanyl. Attorneys General from both sides of the aisle, including Florida’s Ashley Moody and Connecticut’s William Tong, are calling for President Biden to declare the drug a weapon of mass destruction. The move would require more coordination from government agencies to stop and prevent the distribution of the drug.

Earlier this week, Executive Vice President at Fort Wayne Recovery and Allendale Treatment Nate Moellering joined host Dave Anthony on the Rundown to discuss his firsthand experience fighting a fentanyl addiction and what can be done to curb the number of lives it ruins.

Moellering discussed why the synthetic drug is so prevalent in the country, and what makes it so deadly. He also shares details about how he finally overcame his addiction and began using his experience to save others from a tragic fate.

Due to time limitations, we could not include all of the conversations in our original segment. On the FOX News Rundown Extra, you will hear our entire conversation with Executive Vice President at Fort Wayne Recovery and Allendale Treatment Nate Moellering.