Greenbrier County Commission Resolves To Join Opioid Lawsuit

By Robert Bordelon

Greenbrier County plans to join counties and states across the country in bringing a lawsuit against both drug manufacturers and distributors for failure to report or halt suspicious orders, funneling millions of pills into West Virginia and Greenbrier County.

Attorney Ed Hill approached the Greenbrier County Commission during its regular Tuesday, June 27, meeting to outline the lawsuit, the lack of up-front costs to the county, and the consortium of six different law firms taking the reins in the fight against what Hill called "Fortune 1,500," rather than Fortune 500, sized companies.

Read more in the Wednesday, June 27, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.


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