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Pennsylvania state lawmakers are introducing legislation aimed at fighting the rising threat of "tranq." The deadly drug is an animal tranquilizer that has found its way into heroin and fentanyl supplies in Philadelphia. NBC's George Solis shares how one neighborhood is dealing with the crisis.