CVS & Walgreens To Pay $10.7 Billion In Multistate Settlements Over Opioid Crisis

New York Attorney General Letitia James’ office announced two multistate settlements totaling $10.7 billion with CVS and Walgreens for their roles in the opioid crisis.

Attorney General James co-led a group of attorneys general in negotiating settlements between the two pharmacies, which will provide $10.7 billion to relief to communities nationwide that were heavily affected by the opioid crisis that has killed hundreds of thousands of Americans over the years.

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