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Indivior Settles With West Virginia for $5.2 Million in Opioid Marketing Lawsuit

West Virginia’s Attorney General Patrick Morrisey reached a multistate settlement to resolve allegations that a pharmaceutical company falsely and aggressively marketed and promoted Suboxone, leading to improper use of state Medicaid funds.

The company, Indivior, will provide West Virginia more than $5.2 million.

The state will keep more than $1,36 million while the rest will reimburse federal Medicaid programs – a matter consistent with previous Medicaid settlements.

Read the source article at wfxrtv.com

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