12 Ohio Counties OK Tax Increases For Opioid Help

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Voters in a dozen Ohio counties agreed this week to pay more taxes to fight the fallout from the opioid epidemic, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Thirteen counties put issues on the ballot to boost human services departments that have been devastated by the drug crisis. All but one approved the taxes: Voters in Jackson County, in the Appalachia region, rejected a levy . . .

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