The state’s lawyers had called Johnson & Johnson an opioid “kingpin” and argued that its marketing efforts created a public nuisance as doctors over-prescribed the drugs, leading to a surge in overdose deaths in Oklahoma. … The opioid crisis is an imminent danger and menace to Oklahomans,” he said in his ruling. Around 1843 China had an Opium crisis, picking up Bodies off the Streets was a full-time job. In the Seventies People were dropping dead from bad Heorine in my Neighborhood of the Bronx. It was not a pretty sight seeing some of my classmates coming to School

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