Peggy McGlone

Washington Post

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Arts reporter for the Washington Post.

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The Sackler family owns Purdue Pharma, which aggressively marketed its drug Oxycontin to doctors and patients. There are thousands of overdoses tied to Oxycontin per year.

Sackler family suspends charitable donations to art museums

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