Police and social service workers search under an Everett overpass while administering a Point in Time survey of the homeless in Everett. The city of Everett is considering a lawsuit against Purdue Pharma, arguing the manufacturer of OxyContin is responsible for the community’s surge in overdose deaths, homelessness and street crime. (Herald file)

Everett ready to sue OxyContin maker over opioid deaths, crime

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