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Top US Court to Hear Challenge to Purdue Pharma's $6 Billion Opioid Settlement

  • The Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments regarding the approval of a controversial agreement by OxyContin-maker Purdue Pharma, which would provide billions of dollars to victims of the opioid epidemic while protecting the Sackler family from lawsuits.
  • The deal involves the Sackler family paying between $5.5 billion to $6 billion to help fight the opioid crisis, with the majority going to states, local governments, and Native American tribes.
  • If approved, the settlement would shield the Sackler family from future lawsuits and create a new company, Knoa Pharma, to distribute opioid addiction treatments and overdose reversal medicines.
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