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States Fight Back Against Disgusting Opioid Makers


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States and also cities throughout the country are submitting lawsuits versus the manufacturers as well as suppliers of opioid painkillers. Opioid dependency as well as overdose has actually become one of the largest wellness emergency situations of modern-day times, and these claims may be the only method to end this cycle of death that Big Pharma started. Attorneys Mike Papantonio and Peter Mougey discuss this. Learn more right here:

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  1. Posted by Lisa Wooded, at Reply

    I actually have several things wrong with me and my insurance doesn’t cover weed. I take 4 a day for a 1 12 years. This is going to go on for the rest of my life. You need to figure out how to make weed legal and covered by insurance for people like me or I have no recourse but take the opiods that help me live as close to a normal life as possible.

    • Posted by Lee Smith, at Reply

      I need to figure it out for you? Why don’t you do something for yourself? You don’t wanna, right?

  2. Posted by Alesha Shelley, at Reply

    White genocide now

  3. Posted by jmtnvalley, at Reply

    The Trump FDA and the Justice Dept will protect big pharma. Big pharma protectors of the public? Increasing insulin prices by 10x. Just one example.

  4. Posted by Joseph Nucera, at Reply

    Keep in mind some of us need the medication.The people that actually need the meds are having a difficult time having our prescriptions filled .Or is it just me?

    • Posted by Lee Smith, at Reply

      Your telling me there is no other way to manage your pain? I bet there is. You don’t want to make the necessary life changes required to fix your issues.

  5. Posted by mods65 mods65, at Reply

    Lawsuits against the makers ? Opiods have medical uses as long as I know . Just because a great majority prescribes them wrongly and  many people use them wrongly  doesn’t mean that we should stop the makers . Makes no sense .

    • Posted by Scott Lemiere, at Reply

      The distributors are by law responsible for policing the prescribing of their drugs.

  6. Posted by Eva Huber, at Reply

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  7. Posted by Jeffery Burns, at Reply

    CEOs are a crime against humanity —

  8. Posted by Simon 's, at Reply

    We are well aware now that the senate, house and president aren’t going to fight for the people, so it’s up to state, local government as well as the individuals to fight.

    • Posted by Shari 999, at Reply

      You must be high on drugs to think that the Senate or the President really gives a damn. They don’t even care about people killing each other with guns.

    • Posted by Chris Mancakes, at Reply

      +Shari 999 you just repeated what Simon just said

  9. Posted by Ryan Anderson, at Reply

    Once you do heroine nothing is scary. Today’s Real gateway drug.

  10. Posted by Dalmain J, at Reply

    Anyone who abuse the drug she be locked up. Simple.

    • Posted by Scott Lemiere, at Reply

      Because that’s works so well in the past.

    • Posted by Dalmain J, at Reply

      Scott Lemiere yup it absolutely devastated the black community and started the war on drugs. I like to see a war against white people on drugs.

  11. Posted by Lee Smith, at Reply

    TYT ran a story just over a year ago, I think, how they approve of micro dosing to get through their work day. Ana and Cenk did this story. They agreed that mico dosing helps workers focus on work related tasks rather than on their personal life problems. TYT supports drug users thereby supporting those who make and distribute them.

  12. Posted by Young Professional, at Reply

    and these criminals are our neighbors. they are the same folks talking about how they make an honest living and the low income class is a hindrance to society

  13. Posted by Chris Mancakes, at Reply

    It’s the doctors that are the problem

  14. Posted by Zombl337, at Reply

    the feds arent helping us, so its time to step past them and do it ourselves!

  15. Posted by Lee Smith, at Reply

    A natural remedy to managing pain is exercise. Exercise releases endorphins which helps with managing pain. That is personal responsibility though isn’t it? You want something else to take care of you.

    • Posted by darkangelire, at Reply

      you don’t get it, some people can’t move to exercise either they have a injury or disability

    • Posted by Scott Lemiere, at Reply

      How do you exercise when you can’t move any part of your body without pain?

  16. Posted by Sean Dunne, at Reply

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  17. Posted by robobrain10000, at Reply

    Whats a pill mill?

    • Posted by David Guggenheim, at Reply

      Kermit, WV received 9,000,000 opioid pills in a two-period from pharma distributors. Kermit, WV has a population of 400.

  18. Posted by Robert Johnson, at Reply

    What’s funny is I see some of the same people that want to legalize drugs also want to go after these pill manufacturers. Exactly how would legalized (not decriminalized) heroin not produce some of the same problems (addiction and eventual overdoses) that exist with prescription drug abuse?

    • Posted by C C, at Reply

      You don’t have Doctors pushing ecstacy or heroin or any of the other illegal substances, but you do have Doctors pushing opioid’s because they get paid by big pharma to push them. They are worse than any drug pusher because Doctors are pushing this on innocent people who don’t want to take pills.

    • Posted by Robert Johnson, at Reply

      that’s just one aspect of the problem. I’m sure there are some doctors that run these pill mills, but some people get a legitimate injury and get addicted to prescription drugs. I’m sure in some cases the doctor didn’t push on them… they were legitimately in pain and wanted the pain killers. Then when the doctor cuts them off they go doctor shopping and if they can’t get a prescription they turn to heroin. How does making heroin legal, rather than pain pills, help matters?

  19. Posted by Kim Jong-un, at Reply

    Lets blame the drug companys and doctors but not the person buying illegal drugs