. . . in prescriptions written for a certain prescription pain medicine.
That’s according to this article in the local paper.
Though Ms Hook and I haven’t lived there for over 30 years we still feel that small, special blush of pride in sharing this magic moment.
Actually when we lived in Scioto Co., Ohio was okay. General standard of living was probably well above average, crime was there but not outrageous. I liked growing up there. Then in the late 60s the biggest employer (a steel mill) shut down. That layed off something like 5,000 people and the area just never recovered. IMHO it’s steadily gotten worse. Kinda sad.