Florida has been at the forefront of the United States Opioid crisis for more than a decade, renowned "pain clinics"…
Florida has been at the forefront of the United States Opioid crisis for more than a decade, renowned “pain clinics” who could prescribe hundreds of thousands of opioid pills with little regulation or monitoring, which would then be completed at legitimate pharmacies.
Now, the Florida lawyer Pam Bondi Walgreens and CVS follow a trial aimed at companies that produce and distribute opioids, according to a statement released on Friday, November 16th.
“We will continue to drive those companies that played a part in creating the opioid crisis,” said Bondi in the statement. “Thousands of Floridians suffered as a result of the respondents.”
The process claims that Walgreens has sent and distributed billions of analgesic pills to Florida since 2006, each pharmacy orders more than 1
million doses in 2011 alone, which is 10 times the average.
“Walgreens has violated its Florida law as both a major distributor and a major pharmacy for to prevent abuse, “said the trial.
CVS spokesman Mike DeAngelis told the Associated Press that the trial was” without mercy “, while Walgreens did not comment.
Although the efforts of law enforcement since fighting the pain clinics, Florida is still coping with drug addiction . This year passed legislation to bind the limits of pain spirit drugs that can be prescribed.
But Bondi may not be the one who oversees the case for a long time. The state’s highest attorney is a favorite to replace Jeff Sessions as US Attorney General.
“I would consider Pam Bondi for something,” said Donald Trump earlier today (November 17). “She has always done a very good job, but in some way I would like to have her in the management.”