An Oklahoma judge is admitting to making a mistake when calculating how much Johnson & Johnson must pay the state for the opioid crisis.
Cleveland county district judge Thad Balkman said he made a $107 million error when he ordered the company to pay $572 million.
Balkman says he should have included $107,000 in that judgement to help the state develop a program to treat babies born addicted to opioids.
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