Opioid makers, sellers see setback in 10 Ohio federal court rulings

MORGANTOWN — Opioid makers, distributors and retailers accused of causing and aggravating the nationwide opioid crisis suffered a series of blows to their defense Tuesday and Wednesday, as an Ohio federal judge issued 10 orders swatting down their requests for summary judgment in their favor.

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