Georgia is suing about two dozen entities, alleging that those opioid manufacturers and distributors illegally and deceptively marketed their products; and failed to prevent the diversion of powerful, pain-killing, addictive drugs.
By Guest Columnist SALLY FLOCKS, president and CEO of PEDS, Pedestrians Educating Drivers on Safety
Wheelchair users recently sued the City of Atlanta for failing to maintain sidewalks that are equally accessible to people with disabilities. The condition of Atlanta’s sidewalks is deplorable, and a class-action lawsuit for violating the Americans with Disabilities Act has been a long time coming.
With the signature and and stamp of Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms on Tuesday on an ordinance passed by Atlanta City Council just yesterday, dozens of long-disputed properties are closer to belonging to Atlanta Public Schools.
By Maggie Lee Fulton County’s top elected official said the county is seeking redress for “great harm” as he announced on Monday that Fulton is suing more than two dozen entities that manufacture or distribute opioid drugs. The 258-page complaint accuses drug companies of deceptive and unfair marketing, and of downplaying opioid addiction risk, in […]