The Opioid Crisis Goes to Court

Cities and counties across Alabama turn to the courts to find help in dealing with an addiction that’s especially rampant here.

Opioid manufacturers are being sued by hundreds of cities and states, seeking compensation for the cost of public safety and health services generated by the crisis. On June 18, Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall spoke to a group of healthcare professionals in Huntsville about the opioid crisis, noting that while the state still ranks No.…

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