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Pain meds as public nuisance? Oklahoma tests a legal strategy against opioid maker Johnson & Johnson

The first lawsuit in the country seeking to hold a pharmaceutical company responsible for the opioid crisis is currently awaiting a verdict in Oklahoma state court.

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Johnson & Johnson profited from both sides of opioid crisis, says epidemic expert

The first case in a flood of civil litigation against opioid drug manufacturers is in its third week. Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter’s suit alleges Johnson & Johnson, the nation’s largest drugmaker, helped ignite a public health crisis that has killed thousands of state residents.

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Norman Wants Water Independence, but Still Needs Oklahoma City For Now

The idea is for Norman to be water independent. For now, however, Norman still needs the water Oklahoma City is selling.

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Why Midwest City and Del City Oppose Norman’s Plan to Reuse Wastewater

Norman isn’t the only city that relies on Lake Thunderbird for its water, and Midwest City and Del City would also need to be behind the plan before it goes before the Department of Environmental Quality for approval.

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Why Midwest City Might Fight Norman’s Plan to Recycle Treated Wastewater

There’s a growing trend toward wastewater reuse to combat drought and conserve water sources for the future.

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Norman Voters Approve Higher Water Rates To Fix Outdated, Stinky System

Norman is the only city in Oklahoma where voters make decisions about water rates.

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Crowd Rallies for Clean Water as Norman Committee Considers New Drilling Rules

Organizer Casey Holcomb says the current ordinances were written before fracking became so popular.

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Norman Residents Hear About Possibilities Of Banning Fracking At Public Forum

The Lowry Room at the Norman Public Library filled to capacity Monday night.

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Oklahoma City Follows Norman Down the Road to Wastewater Reuse

Oklahoma City’s plan still includes a new pipeline from southeast Oklahoma.

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Why Norman Is The Only Oklahoma Town Where Citizens Control the Price of Water

Harold Heiple says city government should get back the power it lost 40 years ago.

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