In "the first jury verdict in an opioids case," CVS Health, Walmart and Walgreens were found to have "substantially contributed to the crisis of opioid overdoses and deaths in two Ohio counties, the
first time the retail segment of the drug industry has been held accountable in the decades-long epidemic," according to The New York Times
. "CVS and Walgreens immediately said they would
appeal the verdict, and Walmart is expected to do the same."
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