OneOhio, nonprofit in charge of state opioid money, sued over transparency

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The nonprofit tasked with distributing $440 million in opioid settlement money isn't following public records and meeting laws, according to lawsuits filed Monday.

Lawsuits filed against the group, the OneOhio Recovery Foundation, accuse the nonprofit of "shady maneuvering" by classifying itself as a private nonprofit organization to avoid following open records law.

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