(Joyce Koh, Dalton Bennett/The Washington Post)
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Demanding justice: Recovering addicts call for drug companies to be held accountable
America’s largest drug companies flooded the country with pain pills from 2006 through 2012, even when it became apparent that they were fueling addiction and overdoses. The Post shared its findings with a group of recovering addicts in southwest Virginia and asked them to respond.
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