CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WV News) — West Virginia has reached settlements with Walmart and CVS Pharmacy over the stores’ role in the opioid crisis, Attorney General Patrick Morrisey said Tuesday.

The settlements are expected to “add up to a minimum of $147.5 million,” Morrisey said during a press conference.

Senior Staff Writer Charles Young can be reached at 304-626-1447 or [email protected]

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