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After a federal judge in Oklahoma ruled this week that the tribal court does not have jurisdiction over the Cherokee Nation’s lawsuit against several pharmaceutical distributors and retail pharmacies over the opioid addiction epidemic, the territory’s attorney general has vowed to continue the legal fight.

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Kristen Rasmussen

Kristen Rasmussen is an Atlanta-based reporter who covers health care, corporate legal departments and in-house attorneys.

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