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Washington State, Seattle Are Latest To Sue Opioid MakersWashington state and the city of Seattle on Thursday joined more than two dozen other government entities across the country suing to hold opioid makers accountable for an addiction crisis that has claimed thousands of lives.
Judge: City Can Proceed With Lawsuit Against Opioid MakerA Washington city can proceed with its lawsuit seeking to hold the maker of the pain medication OxyContin liable for damages to the community, a federal judge ruled in Seattle.
Study: CT Would Be Among Biggest Losers In Obamacare RepealThe biggest losers, percentage-wise, would be: New York, Oregon, Connecticut, Vermont and Minnesota. California would be the biggest loser in dollars.
States Expand Investigation of Opioid Makers, DistributorsAttorneys general from most states are broadening their investigation into the opioid industry as a nationwide overdose crisis continues to claim thousands of lives.
Man Beats Cancer With Immunotherapy and Cycling"I went from one foot in the grave to riding 100 miles on a bike," Daniel Santomero said. "It's a miracle."
7-Year-Old Girl Collects Blankets For Pediatric PatientsTo combat the chill, Bianca Mollica, 7, is collecting new or recently made blankets and hats to distribute at the hospital. The campaign is called Bianca's Bumblebees.
Sen. Blumenthal Joins Call To Ban Menthol CigarettesSenator Richard Blumenthal is among a group of U.S. senators calling on the FDA to ban menthol cigarettes.
ME: Connecticut Man Died From Tick-Borne IllnessOfficials say a 55-year-old Connecticut man died after contracting a tick-borne illness.
CT Delegates Call For Extension Of Obamacare Cost Sharing ReductionsConnecticut's entire congressional delegation has signed a letter to Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, urging the Trump administration to continue cost sharing reductions under the Affordable Care Act through next year.

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