The head of the Drug Enforcement Administration, or DEA, Orville Greene, said, "Across the country,

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we seized about 10 million pills and almost a thousand pounds of powdered fentanyl."

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At a news conference on Wednesday, Special Agent Greene talked about a programme called the "One Pill Can Kill" campaign at a news conference in downtown Detroit.

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"This is the same as 36 million lethal doses," Special Agent Greene said. The third part of the campaign began on May 23 and ended on September 8.

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During that time, federal agents got a lot of the synthetic opioid fentanyl, which they said was the DEA's main target.

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Agent Greene said that over the course of four months, the agency took more than 4 million pills from Michigan and Ohio alone.

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Special Agent Greene said, "Right now, we think fentanyl is the most dangerous drug in our communities."

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The DEA said that Mexican drug cartels sell fentanyl in many different ways, such as in candy-colored pills, powder, and fake pills that look like prescription drugs but are actually laced with fentanyl.

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Recently, Special Agent Greene said that drug dealers are reaching out to young kids through social media and giving them drugs.

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The DEA also made a chart of the most common emojis that people use to buy and sell drugs on social media.

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