Mother gives dramatic account of baby born with addiction to opioids

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View Video and article HERE – THE HILL ARTICLE ARTICLE WRITTEN BY “JULIA MANCHESTER” source – TheHill.com The U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (JPML) earlier this month denied a request from the Opioid Justice Team to create a new multidistrict litigation proceeding for babies born addicted to opioids, also known as Neo-natal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS).  The…


Drugmakers Oppose Separate Opioid Case for Addicted Children

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source : Bloomberg News Companies making and distributing opioid painkillers opposed a proposal to separate lawsuits filed on behalf of addicted babies from local governments’ cases aimed at recouping costs of battling the public-health crisis spawned by the drugs. Attorneys for thousands of babies born to opioid addicts asked a panel of federal judges Thursday…


Lawyers for Opioid-Addicted Babies Push For Separate Legal Proceedings

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Bloomberg Law News Sep 21, 2018 Lawyers for Opioid-Addicted Babies Push For Separate Legal Proceedings By Julie Steinberg Sep 21, 2018 • Concerns include that potential settlements won’t provide sufficient medical monitoring, treatment funds • Attorneys for government-entity plaintiffs, defendant drugmakers, distributors in massive consolidated litigation have opposed separate track Attorneys representing potentially thousands of…


Opioid Epidemic is Just Getting Worse, According to Emergency Room Data

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Over 60,000 people were taken to the ER for fatal opioid overdoses, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported in 2016. This is the latest sign that opioid addiction is worsening even with the efforts of public health authorities in place. The data confirms that the drug crisis has struck the nation hard…


President of the United States Declares Opioid Crisis a Public Emergency

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In October of last year, President Trump ordered that the opioid epidemic currently raging across our nation be declared a public health emergency. The president also signed orders that gave states more flexibility to combat the opioid epidemic with federal funding. The president has a good reason to worry, as the Centers for Disease Control…


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