County wrestles opioids

RICHMOND – Opting into the St. Louis County Prescription Drug Monitoring Program, and the idea of suing opioid makers and distributors, remained on the table following the Ray County Commission meeting Friday.

The commissioners heard from representatives of C&C Discount Pharmacy and Ray County Memorial Hospital.

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