More Mass. Claims Against Purdue To Come Out, Judge Says

By Chris Villani (January 25, 2019, 8:12 PM EST) -- Additional allegations made by the Massachusetts Attorney General's Office against Purdue Pharma LP over its role in the opioid crisis will soon become public and most of the hundreds of redactions in the civil suit may eventually come to light, a judge said during a hearing Friday.

Attorney General Maura Healey, who sat in the front row of the packed downtown Boston courtroom, sued the pharmaceutical giant, claiming it reeled in massive amounts of money by flooding the state with the addictive drugs. Earlier this month, hundreds of allegations in the voluminous complaint were unredacted, including explosive claims saying Purdue brass...

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