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"This milestone settlement should be approved now -- not delayed, deferred, or risked,” the Stamford drug maker said in a statement.
“Preserving Purdue’s ability to continue selling opioids as a public benefit corporation is simply unacceptable," Connecticut Attorney General William Tong said.
The attorneys general of New York and Connecticut were among those from 21 states, along with 10 cities, six counties and the U.S. Conference...
The 20th Amendment to the Constitution states that “the terms of the President and the Vice President shall end at noon on the 20th day of January” -- meaning that, even if the election was delayed, Trump and Vice President Mike Pence would still have to vacate the office by that date if they do not win re-election.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbKJA7C5SqI&feature=youtu.be “This is one of the really dumb ideas of all time,” Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said today about U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's...
People and businesses named in more than 165,000 debt collection matters that were being pursued by the New York State Office of the Attorney...
“Neither a national emergency nor dire financial straits,” an April 3 letter states, “relieves (the company) of its obligation to follow the law.”
Without the restraining order, Ostrager said, “the wind-down of the fund will likely proceed in a manner that furthers Allen’s self-interest to the detriment of the limited partners.”
"Cities RISE provides a thoughtful approach to how municipalities revitalize its communities," said Attorney General Letitia James.
Allen in effect “merged the companies into a single fraudulent enterprise,” the complaint states. He used his control over the companies to “raid ACP’s accounts, pay himself handsomely, and prop up his other ventures.”
"The history of our nation is inextricably tied to our immigrant communities," said New York Attorney General Letitia James.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo claims the state's fishing industry has been "held back by outdated federal restrictions for decades."
The families of late Purdue Pharma owners Mortimer and Raymond Sackler said they have “deep compassion for the victims of the opioid crisis” and believe the settlement “is an historic step toward providing critical resources that address a tragic public health situation.”
Legal officials in 27 other states, as well as attorneys for over 2,000 cities and counties, have tentatively agreed to a plan with the Stamford-based maker of OxyContin.