Walgreens to pay San Francisco $230M in opioid settlement
Walgreens has agreed to pay the city of San Francisco $230 million over the next 15 years for its role in the city’s opioid crisis.
A court filing Wednesday said that Walgreens would pay the majority of the settlement, roughly $207.6 million, in the first eight years. The remaining will be paid over the following seven years. The city said Wednesday in its announcement of the settlement that $57 million would be paid out in the first year.
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