YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown was in Youngstown Tuesday, talking about federal money coming to the state to fight the opioid epidemic.
Brown held a news conference at the Youngstown Police Department to say he’s fighting for Ohio to be at the top of the list to receive some of the $450 million being reserved for states hardest hit by opioid addiction.
The money is part of the Interdict Act that President Donald Trump signed into law in January.
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