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Oregon To Get $97 Million From Purdue Pharma

(Salem, OR) -- Oregon will get 97-million dollars from the new settlement with Purdue Pharma for its role in the opioid crisis. Purdue and the Sackler Family, that owned the company, will pay a total of six-billion dollars nationally. Oregon is also getting 329-million dollars from the other three large distributors of opioids. Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum says Purdue's original bankruptcy plan failed to achieve justice for millions of Americans who were the victims of the Sackler's greed.

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