Purdue Pharma Spent Over $1.2 Million on Lobbying

A coalition of survivors and advocacy groups are seen staging a die-in protest outside of The United States Bankruptcy Court, to call out the United States justice system for failing to hold the billionaire Sackler Family to account, in White Plains, N.Y. on Aug. 9, 2021.

At the Purdue Pharma bankruptcy trial that began Thursday, Judge Robert Drain is widely expected to approve a proposed settlement of the Purdue Pharma bankruptcy that would release members of the billionaire Sackler family, the company’s owners, from all current and future opioid-related civil claims.

Source: Purdue Pharma Spent Over $1.2 Million on Lobbying

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