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The first major opioid trial in the country wraps up Monday. An Oklahoma judge will rule in a $17 billion civil suit filed by the state against Johnson & Johnson.

Verdict In Oklahoma Opioid Lawsuit Will Be Watched Closely By Other States

By Brian Mann NPR
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