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Missouri opioid experts prioritize expenditures in anticipation of Big Pharma settlement money

ST. LOUIS − Better access to medication-assisted treatment, housing and peer supports. Drug prevention classes starting as early as kindergarten. These were among top funding priorities that experts named Monday to best use a settlement windfall that may come to Missouri from lawsuits against opioid painkiller companies that allegedly misrepresented the addictive nature of the prescription drugs.