Together, The Washington Post and "60 Minutes" have told the long, sordid story of Joseph Rannazzisi, the former head of the Drug Enforcement Administration's division in charge of regulating the drug industry. Rannazzisi says he was pushed out of the agency in 2015 for aggressively going after the companies responsible for flooding pharmacies all across the country with opioid medications — primarily the distributors McKesson, Cardinal Health, and AmerisourceBergen. They control over...


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