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Md. files charges against Purdue Pharma owners for opioid epidemic

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh filed an administrative action against the owners and former directors of Purdue Pharma Thursday, alleging they deceived the public and profited from a campaign to increase the prescription and use of their opioids, including OxyContin. The statement of charges, filed by the Consumer Protection Division, alleges that members of the ...

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