West Virginia communities seeking a $1.25 billion settlement with the opioid industry are set to go on trial against the companies in late August
ABC News: West Virginia plan: Companies pay $1.25b to end opioid suits
Communities in West Virginia say they would get $1.25 billion from the drug industry in a proposed settlement that would end most of the litigation stemming from the opioid crisis in the state.
Good Morning America: Opioid companies reach tentative $260M settlement just before landmark trial in Ohio
Hours before a landmark opioid trial was set to start in an Ohio courthouse, major drug distributors and a manufacturer agreed to a tentative settlement, according to lawyers representing the thousands of communities involved in the case.