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Trial date set in opioid case

NORMAN — The Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office’s lawsuit against several prominent opioid manufacturers is set for trial. On Jan. 11, Cleveland County Judge Thad Balkman set a May 28, 2019, trial date, making it the first case out of several similar pending lawsuits...

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OUR VIEW: The AG’s worthy endeavor

The War on Drugs will not be won in a hail of bullets. It certainly wasn’t won by knocking down the doors of crack dens in the 80s. But a battle could be won in the courtroom, and it could possibly create a chain-reaction that deals a major blow to the demand side of...

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Woodward News: Attorney General speaks at chamber luncheon

Enid News: Oklahoma AG trying to curtail opioid crisis 

Journal Record: A cultural change: Viewing opioid addiction as a brain disease

Lawton Constitution Sit-Down with Attorney General Mike Hunter 

The Journal Record: Editorial: A good plan 

Opioid abuse is still an emergency … and the state is getting ready to do something about it

                  Tulsa World Editorial: Attorney general leads panel taking broad approach to problem

The Journal Record: Task force wants the dope on opioids

The Oklahoman: Editorial: Fight against Opioids is Worth Having in Oklahoma

Regulators target pharmacists over employees to stem opioid thefts

Oklahoma attorney general sues pharmaceutical companies

Oklahoma Attorney General talks about opioid abuse commission meeting 

Mother of former OU linebacker offers explanation for opioid crisis 

Midwest City doctor charged in overdose deaths of five patients

Midwest City doctor charged with five counts of second degree murder 

News 9 – Commission to Combat Opioid Abuse In Oklahoma Meets

Journal Record – State is first in painkiller abuse

Journal Record – White says $9 million needed for drug, mental health courts

Watch out for Hurricane Harvey charity scams, officials say

Legal wrangling continues over chapel cross at East Central University

Tulsa World – AG calls Americans United an ‘interest group bully,’ tells it to back off ECU cross removal issue

Attorney General Joins Coalition Against Sex Trafficking

McAlester News Capital – DA’s office allocated $111,723 for role in 2015 raid

Moore American – AG allocates forfeited assets to district attorneys, law enforcement

Millions in forfeited assets awarded to Oklahoma agencies who assisted in 2015 raid

Police and prosecutor offices take home millions from 2015 raids 

Millions of dollars distributed to local law enforcement agencies after drug raid

Oklahoma mother and daughter charged with Medicaid fraud

Tulsa World – Attorney general files murder charge in 1984 cold case from McCurtain County 

NewsOK – Murder suspect charged again, 33 years after fatal shooting in Idabel, Oklahoma 

KFOR – Murder charges filed in 1984 cold case in S.E. Oklahoma 

Tulsa doctor accused of loading up on painkillers for himself through fraud surrenders to police

AG’s Work on Religious Liberty Praised

Oklahoma attorney general stands up to campus chapel challenge

Cracking down on bad Oklahoma doctors is a worthwhile move

Midwest City man sentenced to prison in child porn case

AG Stresses States’ Rights At GOP Luncheon

DC court decision on prison phones provides welcome restraint on federal regulators

Advocates say more is needed to combat Oklahoma’s addiction scourge

Tulsa World – Tulsa businessman charged with defrauding investor

The Oklahoman – Contractor sentenced in Cleveland County embezzlement case

One issue that the nation’s attorneys general agree upon

Legislature creates Oklahoma Commission on Opioid Abuse

Bartlesville Radio – Oklahoma Attorney General Leads Special Olympics Torch Run

Founder, CEO of Tate Publishing arrested on embezzlement, extortion charges

Multiple Charges Filed Against Owners Of Oklahoma Publishing Business

Oklahoma publishers charged with extortion, embezzlement

President, founder of Tate Publishing arrested and charged with embezzlement and extortion

Throwing the book at Tate: Publishing execs charged with embezzlement, extortion

The Oklahoman – AG announces support for new commission on opioid abuse

KFOR – Oklahoma attorney general announces new panel to study opioid abuse

KOCO News 5 – State of Addiction: Lawmakers announce panel to study opioid abuse

Associated Press – Attorney general announces new panel to study opioid abuse

Tulsa World – Tulsa police arrest dozens, seize weapons, drugs in citywide violent crime sweep

Channel 2 – Tulsa Police partners with local, federal agencies to crack down on violent criminals

Fox 25 – TPD: Dozens arrested, weapons and drugs seized in operation targeting violent crime

Federal worker honored with Brad Edwards Consumer Champion Award

MIKE HUNTER: OK Consumer Protection Week

AG: State, feds can get along


AG Hunter Reminds Rotarians of Opioid Problems

AG Hunter speaks at chamber luncheon



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