DeWine Convenes Talks With Lawyers in Opioid Lawsuits
The meeting is to discuss how millions in settlement dollars might be spent
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said Tuesday that he has convened a meeting with the state attorney general and lawyers for cities and counties involved in the national opioid litigation to discuss how millions in settlement dollars might be spent.
The Republican governor told The Associated Press he expects about 90 people at the Governor's Residence in Bexley on Wednesday morning.
"My objective is to see whether or not we can come up with a plan that is mutually agreeable for everyone as to how we spend money from the settlements that may occur as we move forward in the opioid lawsuits," DeWine said.
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