On Aug. 26 an Oklahoma judge ordered health care giant Johnson & Johnson to pay the state $572 million for costs incurred in the public-health crisis brought about by the opioid epidemic. Soon after, Purdue Pharma and its owners were reported to be offering $10-$20 billion to settle more than 2,000 lawsuits against the company…
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