Costs for Taxpayers Rise in Opioid Epidemic

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If you think the opioid crisis has nothing to do with you, consider that the public already is paying for it and the price tag is growing, reports the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Eleven counties across Ohio have levies on the November ballot to support the social service agencies that have become overwhelmed by the epidemic. County administrators expect . . .

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