Dopers and their providers. Since so much tax money is used to fund these leftist programs, the taxpayers will lose again.

Families get go ahead to seek punitive damages against methadone clinic
By Ramona Marozas – Biography

September 23, 2015
Updated Sep 23, 2015 at 7:08 PM CDT
Carlton, MN ( — Two Northland families received the go ahead on Wednesday in federal court to seek punitive damages against a Brainerd, Minn., methadone clinic.
Their civil lawsuit stems from a 2012 incident where two of their family members were hit and killed by a driver under the influence of a controlled substance.
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Inside Vanessa Brigan’s car, officers found a nearly empty bottle of methadone with a prescription from Pinnacle Recovery Services.
On Wednesday the doctor who prescribed the methadone was named as a co-defendant in the lawsuit.
The jury trial has been scheduled for November.

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