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Bankruptcy Court Stakes Authority In J&J Litigation As States Push For Talc Damages Claims

DeLauro Wants Information From DoJ Investigation Into Firm’s Talc Decisions And Practices

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Complaints by Mississippi and New Mexico allege J&J failed to protect consumers from asbestos-containing talc temporarily stayed by bankruptcy judge in New Jersey. House Appropriations chair DeLauro asks for information from DoJ investigation.

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