Ohio Leads in Opioid Deaths, Kasich Won’t Spend More

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Despite tough new drug laws, a crackdown on pill mills, increases in drug seizures, and nearly $1 billion in new state spending, Ohioans continue dying from drug overdoses in record numbers, the Columbus Dispatch reports. New data show that Ohio, the seventh-largest state, led the nation in the number of overdose deaths in 2015. An average of . . .

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