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January 2, 2022

Harm Reduction Ohio founder discusses opioid settlement

Mike Kallmeyer discussed the opioid settlement with Dennis Cauchon, Founder and Executive Director of Harm Reduction Ohio.
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January 2, 2022

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost discusses $808M opioid settlement

Mike Kallmeyer visited with Attorney General of Ohio Dave Yost...
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December 1, 2021

Are Pharmacies to Blame in Opioid Deaths? Why Ohio's Federal Drug Verdict was an Important Test Case

Last week, a federal jury in Ohio found that several major pharmacy chains operating in two of the state’s counties contributed to opioid overdose deaths there.
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December 13, 2021

Governor DeWine Announces Renovation, Repurposing of Former Hocking County Prison

(COLUMBUS, Ohio) -- Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction (ODRC) Director Annette Chambers-Smith announced today that ODRC is moving forward with plans to renovate its former prison near Nelsonville.
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December 12, 2021

Organizations call on state to use opioid settlement money

Ohio has seen a surge in overdose deaths since the beginning of the pandemic. The state received a substantial amount of money after a major legal settlement with opioid manufacturers. Harm Reduction Ohio is one of the organizations following the money
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December 6, 2021

Lima City Council talks opioid settlement, playground equipment

Lima City Council met and voted on legislation on playground equipment and a settlement with large drug manufacturers.
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December 1, 2021

Opioid pharmacy trial verdict in Cleveland could impact similar cases nationwide

A case that was being watched closely ended in Cleveland last week with a federal jury finding three national pharmacy chains liable for helping to drive the opioid addiction and overdose crisis in the United States.
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November 23, 2021

Jury Holds Pharmacies Responsible for Role in Opioid Crisis

A federal jury says CVS, Walgreens and Walmart pharmacies didn’t do enough to stop the flow of opioid pills into two Ohio counties.
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