A New York-based local of the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades is suing a long list of people and companies linked to the American pharmaceutical industry, saying that they knowingly misled the public about how opioids and opioid addiction worked.

The Sept. 13 complaint is among the latest in a nationwide series of suits filed by unions whose workers have faced opioid dependence, often after years or decades in physically demanding jobs.

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