Unable to reach agreement on their own, lawyers for Louisiana’s Democratic governor and Republican attorney general headed to court Friday so a judge could decide who will handle the state’s lawsuit against opioid manufacturers.
Both Gov. John Bel Edwards and Attorney General Jeff Landry support litigation accusing pharmaceutical companies of worsening opioid abuse in Louisiana. They disagree over who should control it.
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