State leaders say they've settled with a company in its accused role in Oklahoma's opioid crisis.
Oklahoma's attorney general Mike Hunter says the state reached a $8.75 million settlement with Endo Pharmaceuticals.
The attorney general's office says most of that money will go in a fund until legislators pass bills on how to distribute the money.
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