Narconon legal battle costly to state - 1992-08-20
Legal battles with the Narco- non drug center cost the state Mental Health Board at least $177,295 and the state attorney general's office untold hours of work, state officials say.
The board apparently ended the battles last week when it granted the center an exemption from state certification.
The board already has paid $167,650 to the Oklahoma City law firm Ryan, Corbyn & Geister, state Mental Health Department spokesman Sarah Dunn said.
The department is processing bills for June and July and waiting for one for August, Dunn said.