Heroin has become a campaign issue in Ohio this year as politicians disagree over who has done the most to tackle the epidemic of overdose deaths blamed on the narcotic.
Politics are ramping up over the state’s heroin overdose crisis.
First-ever data produced by the state shows heroin use skyrocketing in child custody cases.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich has signed a bill into law allowing friends or family members of addicts to administer a drug overdose antidote without the fear of prosecution.
Ohio lawmakers are considering a bill to provide a drug overdose antidote to friends or family members of addicts without the risk of prosecution.
A group of state lawmakers has proposed a package of 11 bills designed to help address the state's drug abuse problem.
Ohio will launch a program next year to help babies who are born addicted to drugs.
Ohio has an opium problem.