U.S. regions hard hit by opioids to ditch class action, pursue own lawsuits

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Local governments in regions hard hit by the U.S. opioid epidemic have opted out of massive litigation taking aim at the drug industry over the crisis, potentially weakening a novel legal mechanism created to help settle thousands of lawsuits.
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