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DEAL OR NO DEAL – A proposed settlement confirmed with Purdue Pharma on Wednesday involving thousands of lawsuits could provide some monetary assurances for cities and counties with pending opioid cases, in the likely event that the drug maker files for bankruptcy. But, as Amanda Bronstad reports, several state attorneys general are balking at the deal as inadequate.

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