Paul J. Hanly Jr.

lawyer representing local governments suing opioid makers

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New federal numbers show that life expectancy in the U.S. dropped for the second consecutive year. Health officials are pointing to opioids as the problem.

States and counties sue opioid makers while death toll increases

New federal numbers show that life expectancy in the U.S. dropped for the second consecutive year. Health officials are pointing to opioids as the problem.

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