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Cuyahoga Co. Council approves first reading of proposal for opioid case settlement funds

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Cuyahoga Co. Council approves first reading of proposal for opioid case settlement funds

Cuyahoga Co. Council approves first reading of proposal for opioid case settlement funds

The Cuyahoga County Council approved the first reading on plans for distributing their share of the $260 million they received in a settlement they reached drug companies and distributors to avoid a trial over their responsibility for the opioid epidemic.


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