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Johnson & Johnson to pay $572M for role in Oklahoma opioid crisis


A judge in Oklahoma ruled that Johnson & Johnson is responsible for fueling the state’s opioid crisis and has ordered the pharmaceutical giant to pay $572 million. This landmark decision could shape future lawsuits brought against drug companies. NBC’s Kate Snow reports for TODAY.