24/7 Helpline 888-242-7730 Florida Hospitals File Lawsuit Against Opioid Manufacturers and Distributors – P&T Community

Florida Hospitals File Lawsuit Against Opioid Manufacturers and Distributors  P&T Community

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Sept. 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — A group of 27 Florida hospitals have filed a civil lawsuit against the manufacturers, distributors and …

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24/7 Helpline 888-242-7730 Alabama Hospitals File Suit Against Opioid Manufacturers, Distributors – BioSpace

  1. Alabama Hospitals File Suit Against Opioid Manufacturers, Distributors  BioSpace
  2. 21 Alabama hospitals file suit against opioid manufacturers, distributors  NBC 15 WPMI
  3. Alabama hospitals file lawsuit against opioid companies  WAFF
  4. Over 20 Alabama hospitals sue opioid producers and retailers  WZDX
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24/7 Helpline 888-242-7730 Sackler Family Backs $11B Settlement of Opioid Lawsuits That Would See Purdue Pharma File for Bankruptcy – Fortune

Sackler Family Backs $ 11B Settlement of Opioid Lawsuits That Would See Purdue Pharma File for Bankruptcy  Fortune

The Sackler family and their embattled drugmaker, Purdue Pharma LP, are backing a proposal to resolve all opioid lawsuits against themselves and the …

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Hundreds of cities, counties and Native American tribes file federal lawsuit against Sackler family over opioid crisis – KXLF Butte News

Hundreds of cities, counties and Native American tribes file federal lawsuit against Sackler family over opioid crisis  KXLF Butte News

More than 600 cities, counties and Native American tribes from 28 states have filed a federal lawsuit against eight members of the Sackler family — owners of …

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Prosecutors File A Record Number Of Felonies Even As Colorado’s Crime Remains Flat – Colorado Public Radio

Prosecutors File A Record Number Of Felonies Even As Colorado’s Crime Remains Flat  Colorado Public Radio

District attorneys and other law enforcement officials see a spike in addiction across the state as a major source of the problem.

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