Ohio Governor Mike DeWine Names Alisha Nelson as Executive Director of the OneOhio Recovery Foundation

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced Monday that Alisha Nelson will become the first executive director of the OneOhio Recovery Foundation.

The OneOhio Recovery Foundation is a private, non-profit foundation charged with distributing nearly $1 billion to support addiction prevention, treatment, and recovery services.

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Attorney General Yost Secures $679.6 Million From Settlement to Help Fund Opioid Recovery in Ohio

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced that he along with 21 other attorneys general have secured final approval of a combined $17.3 billion settlement to hold two drug makers and two pharmacies accountable for their roles in the opioid-addiction crisis and help fund opioid recovery efforts.

Under the settlement, Ohio expects to receive a total of $679.6 million from drug makers Teva and Allergan and pharmacies CVS and Walgreens over the next 15 years.

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AG Yost Reaches Nearly $25 Million Settlement with McKinsey for Role in Ohio’s Opioid Crisis

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has agreed to a settlement of nearly $25 million in a case with McKinsey & Co. for the company’s role in fueling and profiting from the opioid crisis in the state. 

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