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Judge Thad Balkman speaks during Oklahoma’s case blaming consumer products giant Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiaries for the state’s opioid drug crisis, in Norman, Oklahoma, in July. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki, File)

Opinions Abound Over the $572M Opioid Verdict

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