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An Oklahoma judge has acknowledged making a $107 million error in determining how much drugmaker Johnson & Johnson must pay to help address the state's opioid crisis.
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In less than a week, a landmark battle over who bears responsibility for the U.S. opioid crisis will begin in federal court.
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Paul Farrell, Jr. was looking through the West Virginia Code a few years ago when he came across a statute saying a county has the legal right to abate a “public nuisance.” Typically, that would mean things like trash heaps in someone’s front yard.
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The largest civil trial in U.S. history is scheduled to begin in a matter of days, putting those who made, marketed, distributed and dispensed prescription painkillers under the legal spotlight.
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Bravo's Captain Lee Rosbach is still trying to come to terms with the death of his son, Joshua Rosbach. The star of "Below Deck" opened up to Page Six about grief following devastating discovery of his son who passed away due to an accidental overdose.
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Angels employee reportedly provided Tyler Skaggs with opioids.

The attorney for an Angels employee who reportedly provided opioids to Tyler Skaggs described the pitcher as “an addict who overdosed.”

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