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March 1st, 2018

Attorney General Sessions Discusses DOJ Efforts to Combat Opioid Abuse

On Tuesday, we heard more about the ongoing efforts to combat opioid abuse and efforts to combat this important public health problem.  U.S Attorney General Jeff Sessions discussed a variety of topics, including lawsuits already underway around the country.  It is noteworthy that, during a discussion of litigation issues with journalists, General Sessions rejected the concept of retaining outside counsel who are paid on a contingent basis.

Americans can be encouraged by responsible authorities’ increasing engagement and determination to address our nation’s complex problems with opioid abuse, but these problems won’t be solved overnight. It is essential that elected policymakers, the expert regulators they appoint, the medical and scientific . . . → Read More: Attorney General Sessions Discusses DOJ Efforts to Combat Opioid Abuse