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California Agencies Avoid Subpoenas in Opioid Marketing Suit

California agencies including the state’s Board of Registered Nursing don’t have to produce data related to opioid prescriptions, complaints, and deaths as part of the state’s deceptive marketing suit against pharmaceutical companies, a state appeals court said Friday.

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