• [5:26 PM] Ruiz, Romina A federal judge ruled that the three major pharmaceutical companies were not liable, leaving one county without enough resources to fight the opioid epidemic. The verdict denied the county $2.5 billion it sought over 15 years to fund recovery services. Federal judge finds for 3 major drug distributors in opioid lawsuit A federal judge ruled in favor of three major U.S. drug distributors in a landmark lawsuit filed in West Virginia.
  • The verdict denied the county $2.5 billion it sought over 15 years to fund recovery services.

Alicia Bowman, 38, wanted to get clean from her opioid use disorder but didn’t have a place to turn.

She was in Cabell County, West Virginia — the state with the highest opioid overdoses per capita in the nation. It was January 2012. She hadn’t seen her daughter for five years and she couldn’t find help.

 

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