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U.S. appeals court will not disqualify judge in opioid cases or delay trial

Reuters India Thursday, 10 October 2019 ()
A federal appeals court on Thursday cleared the way for a landmark trial over the nation's opioid crisis, rejecting a bid by eight drug retailers and distributors to disqualify the judge, and a request by Ohio and other U.S. states to delay an Oct. 21 trial.
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