Supreme Court hears case about future of opioid settlement
The Supreme Court hears a case on Monday about the multi-billion dollar bankruptcy settlement reached with Purdue Pharma over the opioid crisis. The company agreed to pay around $6 billion to victims and state and local governments, but the deal also shields the Sackler family from future liability.
Here & Now‘s Robin Young speaks with Aneri Pattani, senior correspondent for KFF Health News.
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