Ohio’s governor, attorney general and dozens of local governments are getting close to a final deal on how to split up a potentially massive settlement with drug makers from lawsuits filed over the opioid crisis.
The latest version of the so-called “One Ohio” agreement gives municipalities more control of the purse strings, hoping to avoid a repeat of mistakes made with the national tobacco settlement.
Coming up on the Weekly Reporter Roundtable: the debate over Ohio’s opioid settlement deal, and more.
- Jeremy Pelzer, politics reporter, Cleveland.com
- Julie Carr Smyth, Statehouse correspondent, Associated Press
- Marty Schladen, reporter, The Columbus Dispatch
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