Lawmaker pushes to focus fight against illegal opioids on international mail
There are growing calls to crack down on the delivery of illegal opioids by international mail. U.S. Customs and Border Protection seized more than 180 pounds of fentanyl last year – a new record. But a newly-released Senate report says that's only a fraction of what may be arriving. It found that the volume of international mail has more than doubled in recent years, overwhelming screeners. Tony Dokoupil reports.