Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner has sued several opioid manufacturers seeking to recover costs that the city has shouldered as a result of the growing opioid crisis.

The lawsuit was filed in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas against 10 drugmakers, including Purdue, Allergan, Teva, Endo and Johnson & Johnson, alleging that the companies violated the state’s Consumer Protection law. The case, Commonwealth v. Purdue, was filed earlier this month.

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