Colorado expands opioid lawsuit to include Sackler family
DENVER — Colorado's lawsuit accusing the maker of OxyContin of fueling and profiting from the opioid epidemic has been expanded to include allegations against former Purdue Pharma executives and members the Sackler family who own the company. Attorney General Phil Weiser announced the amended lawsuit Monday. It builds on one filed in September and alleges violations of the state's newly strengthened consumer protection act and other laws.
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