Wisconsin’s share of the national opioid settlement is expected to be about $400 million. The three largest drug distribution companies and drug maker Johnson and Johnson agreed Wednesday to a settlement worth a total of $26 billion. Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul says the money will improve the state’s ability to address the opioid epidemic. As part of the agreement, Johnson and Johnson will stop selling opioids.

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