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Oregon To Receive $219-Million Opioid Settlement

(Salem, OR) -- Oregon is part of a 17-billion-dollar settlement with two opioid drug manufacturers along with CVS and Walgreens pharmacies. Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum says the settlement also prohibits Tema from promoting opioids and bans Allergan from selling opioids for at least ten years. CVS and Walgreens are required to monitor, report and share information about suspicious activity related to opioid prescriptions. Oregon expects to receive 219 million dollars over the next 15 years to prevent and treat substance use disorders.

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