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As the cases proceed, critics say blame for the addiction crisis should be shared by government officials, who saw that opioid sales were skyrocketing years ago but failed to raise the alarm.

Lawsuits Highlight Government Failures In Opioid Crisis

By Brian Mann NPR
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