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The Washington state attorney general has reached a $149.5 million settlement with Johnson & Johnson over the company’s role in fueling the opioid addiction crisis. The settlement includes $123.3 million to address the opioid crisis, such as substance abuse treatment and overdose-reversal drugs, with the rest covering litigation costs. The deal requires approval from a judge and would provide more funds for the opioid crisis than if the state had joined a national settlement. Drug overdoses caused over 1 million deaths in the US from 1999 to 2021, with opioids being the main cause.

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