1. 21 States Reject $18 Billion Offer From Drug Wholesalers to Settle Opioid Litigation  The Wall Street Journal
  2. 21 States Reject $18 Billion Settlement with Opioid Wholesalers: Report  National Review
  3. States Reject $18 Billion Settlement Offer From Opioid Makers  Bloomberg
  4. 21 states reject $18 billion opioid settlement offer from drug wholesalers | TheHill  The Hill
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An $18 billion settlement offer from three major drug wholesalers to resolve litigation over the opioid crisis has fallen apart, after more than 20 state attorneys general rejected it in a letter earlier this week.An $18 billion settlement offer from three major drug wholesalers to resolve litigation over the opioid crisis has fallen apart, after more than 20 state attorneys general rejected it in a letter earlier this week.

21 States Reject $18 Billion Offer From Drug Wholesalers to Settle Opioid Litigation - WSJ

Attorneys general from 21 states spurned an $18 million deal to end numerous lawsuits seeking compensation for costs associated with the opioid crisis.Attorneys general from 21 states spurned an $18 million deal to end numerous lawsuits seeking compensation for costs associated with the opioid crisis.

Five major defendants said last fall that they had made progress, reaching a deal with four state attorneys general to give cash and free pharmaceuticals in return for a settlement. Now, segments of that deal seem to be facing serious trouble.Five major defendants said last fall that they had made progress, reaching a deal with four state attorneys general to give cash and free pharmaceuticals in return for a settlement. Now, segments of that deal seem to be facing serious trouble.

Opioid Settlement Faces Objection From Attorneys General, WSJ Reports - Barron's

Twenty-one states have rejected an $18 billion settlement with opioid manufacturers after attempts to negotiate a deal apparently failedTwenty-one states have rejected an $18 billion settlement with opioid manufacturers after attempts to negotiate a deal apparently failed.

21 States Reject $18 Billion Settlement with Opioid Wholesalers: Report | National Review

“Big story from @JaredSHopkins -- 21 states have rejected opioid distributors $18 billion settlement offer and will continue to pursue more money in their claim that the companies contributed to an epidemic that killed 400,000 people. https://t.co/7BSuGZwNRb”

Michael Amon on Twitter: "Big story from @JaredSHopkins -- 21 states have rejected opioid distributors $18 billion settlement offer and will continue to pursue more money in their claim that the companies contributed to an epidemic that killed 400,000 people. https://t.co/7BSuGZwNRb"

“An $18 billion offer from three major drug wholesalers to settle opioid-related litigation has fallen apart, after more than 20 state attorneys general rejected it this week https://t.co/c5fkVNEj10 via @WSJ”

Laura Kusisto on Twitter: "An $18 billion offer from three major drug wholesalers to settle opioid-related litigation has fallen apart, after more than 20 state attorneys general rejected it this week https://t.co/c5fkVNEj10 via @WSJ"

“21 States Reject $18 Billion Offer From Drug Wholesalers to Settle #Opioid Litigation - WSJ https://t.co/Y5iPqghFuh”

Gabe Canales on Twitter: "21 States Reject $18 Billion Offer From Drug Wholesalers to Settle #Opioid Litigation - WSJ https://t.co/Y5iPqghFuh"

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Twenty one states reject an $18 billion settlement offer from three major drug distributors to resolve litigation over their alleged role in the opioid crisis, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday, citing a letter sent to the companies' law firms earlier this week. The dissenting states wantTwenty one states reject an $18 billion settlement offer from three major drug distributors to resolve litigation over their alleged role in the opioid crisis, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday, citing a letter sent to the companies' law firms earlier this week. The dissenting states want

21 states reject $18 bln offer from U.S. distributors to settle opioid lawsuits - WSJ

More than 20 state attorneys general on Friday penned a letter rejecting an $18 billion settlement offer from three major drug wholesalers meant to end litigation against their role in the opioid crisis,More than 20 state attorneys general on Friday penned a letter rejecting an $18 billion settlement offer from three major drug wholesalers meant to end litigation against their role in the opioid

21 states reject $18 billion opioid settlement offer from drug wholesalers | TheHill

More than 20 state attorneys general on Friday penned a letter rejecting an $18 billion settlement offer from three major drug wholesalers meant to end litigation against their role in the opioid crisis,More than 20 state attorneys general on Friday penned a letter rejecting an $18 billion settlement offer from three major drug wholesalers meant to end litigation against their role in the opioid

21 states reject $18 billion opioid settlement offer from drug wholesalers | TheHill

Shares of the three companies, which together control about 85 per cent of the U.S. prescription drug market, fell nearly 1 per cent in morning tradingShares of the three companies, which together control about 85 per cent of the U.S. prescription drug market, fell nearly 1 per cent in morning trading

U.S. states reject US$18-billion proposal to settle opioid lawsuits, discussions ongoing: sources - The Globe and Mail