Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley is suing three drug companies, alleging a scheme to promote the use of pain-killing opioid medicines. While the outcome of the case may not be known for years, the lawsuit is a good step in unraveling the causes of the opioid crisis and finding the money to stop it.
Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley is suing three drug companies, alleging a scheme to promote the use of pain-killing opioid medicines. While the outcome of the case may not be known for years, the lawsuit is a good step in unraveling the causes of the opioid crisis and finding the money to stop it. Liz O. Baylen TNS
Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley is suing three drug companies, alleging a scheme to promote the use of pain-killing opioid medicines. While the outcome of the case may not be known for years, the lawsuit is a good step in unraveling the causes of the opioid crisis and finding the money to stop it. Liz O. Baylen TNS

Editorial: New lawsuit is an important tool in Missouri’s fight against opioid abuse

June 21, 2017 07:00 AM

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