(CBS DETROIT) – There’s a new landmark settlement agreement in America’s opioid epidemic.

A group of state attorneys general reached a $26 billion settlement with Johnson & Johnson and three other companies.

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All of them distributed opioids, the states say contributed to addiction and overdoses in the United States.

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States now have 30 days to decide whether to agree on the deal.

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel says that Michigan could get $800 million from the settlement if fully approved.

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