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The latest opioid settlement means Walmart owes $44.2 million to 270 town, city and county governments in Alabama

Settlement means Walmart owes Alabama $44.2 million The latest opioid settlement means Walmart owes $44.2 million to 270 town, city and county governments in Alabama. The settlement is the fifth of its kind with companies over the effects of opioid addiction. Walmart denies that it improperly distributed opioids through its pharmacies.  – AL.com   UAB…

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