A Democratic candidate for Ohio attorney general touted his plan to reduce heroin abuse in the state, during a visit to Findlay today.
David Pepper, a former Cincinnati councilman and Hamilton County commissioner, spokeÂ with The Courier about his efforts to combat the drug. He saidÂ the attorney general should make a larger pushÂ toward both treatment and criminal enforcement.
“If you look at other states, theyâ€™re in solution mode right now, and weâ€™re not,” Pepper said.
Courier reporter Ryan Dunn will have moreÂ on Thursday.