McKesson Corp. “had multiple chances to correct their behavior,” retired DEA program manager Jim Geldhof said. The company paid a $13.25 million fine in 2008 for failing to report hundreds of suspicious hydrocodone orders from Internet pharmacies. (Mark Abramson for The Washington Post)

McKesson Corp. “had multiple chances to correct their behavior,” retired DEA program manager Jim Geldhof said. The company paid a $13.25 million fine in 2008 for failing to report hundreds of suspicious hydrocodone orders from Internet pharmacies. (Mark Abramson for The Washington Post)

A huge opioid case against a drug company ends in a whimper

To the dismay of DEA agents, the Justice Department declined to criminally charge McKesson Corp.

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