Can One Judge Solve the Nation’s Opioid Crisis?

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Federal judge Dan Polster of Cleveland faces the daunting challenge of resolving more than 400 lawsuits brought by cities, counties and Native American tribes against central figures in the opioid crisis, including makers of the prescription painkillers, companies that distribute them, and pharmacy chains that sell them. Some of the lawyers involved doubt that the judge can pull it off . . .

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