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Cleveland County District Judge Thad Balkman. (AP Photo / Sue Ogrocki, Pool)
NORMAN — A Cleveland County district judge said Monday he’s hopeful lawyers will be able to reach an agreement by July 1 so an $85 million opioid settlement agreement can finally be reached.
AP Photo / Sue Ogrocki, Pool
About a dozen Oklahomans gathered on the east side of the Cleveland County Courthouse Wednesday morning, the trial between the state of Oklahoma and Johnson & Johnson scheduled to continue that afternoon.
On April 25, 2019, the Oklahoma Senate advanced a set of criminal reform bills back to the State House for action. The official public release contained the following statement: The Oklahoma State Legislature on Thursday advanced a series of criminal justice reform measures that provide uniformity of certain drug offenses. House Bill 1927 was included among those pieces of legislation.
Last week, a team at the Stanford University School of Medicine revisited a 2014 study suggesting states with medical marijuana were logging fewer opioid deaths. The researchers now say there's no connection between readily available cannabis and a drop in opioid overdoses.