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Ohio Attorney General outlines opioid recovery plan

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

by Toledo Blade

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is calling for a new, multi-pronged plan to help combat the opioid crisis in the state to be paid for by the drug companies, since he believes they contributed to the problem. 

A 12-point plan called “Recovery Ohio” was developed with a focus on increased treatment, tools for law enforcement, and expanding prevention to combat the opioid crisis, Mr. DeWine said.