J&J Agrees To Pay $230 Million To Settle New York Opioid Claim

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An entry sign to the Johnson & Johnson campus shows their logo in Irvine, Calif., on Aug. 28, 2019. (Mark Ralston/AFP via Getty Images) NEW YORK—Johnson & Johnson has agreed to pay $230 million to New York state to settle claims that the pharmaceutical giant helped fuel the opioid crisis, Attorney General Letitia James said on Saturday. The drugmaker also agreed to permanently end the manufacturing and distribution of opioi...
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