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Johnson & Johnson Agrees to $20.4 Million Opioid Settlement

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Johnson & Johnson Agrees to $20.4 Million Opioid Settlement

Johnson & Johnson Agrees to $20.4 Million Opioid Settlement

Johnson & Johnson Agrees to $20.4 Million Opioid Settlement The company made the agreement with the Summit and Cuyahoga counties in Ohio.

It comes just over a month after Johnson & Johnson was ordered to pay more than half a billion dollars by an Oklahoma judge.

With the settlement, the company will no longer face the first federal trial over the opioid crisis.

Johnson & Johnson, Statement, via CBS News The trial is scheduled to begin in Cleveland in less than three weeks.

Johnson & Johnson, Statement, via CBS News Since 2000, opioids have been linked to more than 400,000 U.S. deaths.

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