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Johnson & Johnson, leading US drug distributors agree to $26-billion settlement with states over their roles in opioid epidemic

US pharmaceuticals giant Johnson & Johnson and the nation’s three biggest drug distributors have agreed to pay a combined $26 billion to end the legal liability for their alleged roles in spurring the nation’s opioids crisis. Read Full Article at RT.com go to Article >

Attorney General James Helps Secure $4.5 Billion From Sackler Family for Role in Fueling Opioid Crisis

20 Days ago Other Source: Ag.ny.gov

Conditionally Court-Approved Resolution Shuts Down Purdue Pharma, Ends Sacklers’ Ability to Sell Opioids Ever Again, and Secures Unprecedented Public Disclosure NEW YORK – New York Attorney General Letitia James today announced that she... read more

Attorney General James Secures $50 Million for Opioid Abatement from Drug Manufacturer Endo Health Solutions

11 Days ago Other Source: Ag.ny.gov

Endo Severed From Ongoing Opioid Trial In Suffolk County, Trial Against Two Remaining Defendants Still Underway AG James Has Now Reached Agreements That Could Bring Up to $1.5 Billion From Opioid Manufacturers, Distributors, and... read more

Attorney General James and Monroe County Executive Bello Discuss Opioids Crisis in Monroe County

11 Days ago Other Source: Ag.ny.gov

Leaders Discuss Funds Going to Monroe County from AG’s Lawsuits, Challenges Monroe County Continues to Face NEW YORK – New York Attorney General Letitia James and Monroe County Executive Adam Bello met to discuss the continued impact of... read more

The Sacklers, Who Made Billions From OxyContin, Win Immunity From Opioid Lawsuits

19 Days ago News Source: Npr.org

Updated September 1, 2021 at 7:33 PM ET Members of the Sackler family who are at the center of the nation's deadly opioid crisis have won sweeping immunity from opioid lawsuits linked to their privately owned company Purdue Pharma and its... read more

The Troubled History Of Vaccines And Conflict Zones

23 Days ago News Source: Npr.org

On March 23, 2020, with the deadly coronavirus reported in 167 countries and territories, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres called for a global ceasefire to support a public health response. It was the first global ceasefire... read more

Futures Bounce After 5-Days Of Declines Ahead Of Tomorrow's Critical CPI

8 Days ago Politics Source: Feedproxy.google.com

Futures Bounce After 5-Days Of Declines Ahead Of Tomorrow's Critical CPI World stocks ground higher with US futures and European stocks all in the green after a slow start of the week in Asia, amid concerns over accelerating... read more

Attorney General Bonta Announces Proposed $26 Billion Settlement with Opioid Distributors and Opioid Manufacturer Johnson & Johnson

62 Days ago Other Source: Oag.ca.gov

July 21, 2021 Contact: (916) 210-6000, agpressoffice@doj.ca.gov OAKLAND – California Attorney General Rob Bonta today announced a historic $26 billion settlement that will help bring desperately needed relief to people in California and across... read more

Drug distributors settle New York opioid claims for up to $1.18 billion

63 Days ago Other Source: Aol.com

By Brendan Pierson and Nate Raymond    NEW YORK (Reuters) - The three largest U.S. drug distributors agreed mid-trial to pay up to $1.18 billion to settle claims by New York state and two of its biggest counties over their role in the... read more

States reach $26B opioid settlement with Johnson & Johnson, 'big three' distributors

61 Days ago News Source: Upi.com

Attorneys general from 14 states reached a $26 billion settlement with opioid distributors McKesson, Cardinal Health and Amerisource Bergen Drug and manufacturer Johnson & Johnson over their roles in the opioid crisis. read more

New York Leaders Voice Support for AG James’ Settlement with Johnson & Johnson for Role in Opioid Crisis

84 Days ago Other Source: Ag.ny.gov

Federal, State, and City Elected Officials and Advocates Across New YorkPraise AG’s Settlement and Continued Commitment to Ending the Opioid Crisis NEW YORK – After New York Attorney General Letitia James announced an agreement this past weekend... read more