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These settlements come less than a year after a settlement agreement with opioid manufacturers that awarded the state $58 million
The money comes from a nationwide settlement agreement involving major pharmaceutical companies
The program was launched in August and has not yet received applications
The project began with a tragic death, but proponents hope it can prevent more
More than 47 states, 5 territories, and D.C. are part of the settlement.
The cost of an epidemic.
It’s the country’s leading opioid producer.
As statewide public safety officials unveiled crime statistics Wednesday, they expressed optimism in one main category: the state’s reaction to the opioid crisis. Since Gov.… Continue reading
The Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development plans to use $1.2 million from the federal government for its first programs specifically to help people… Continue reading