The Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) has reached an agreement in principle on key financial terms with opioid maker Teva, which would provide up to $4.25 billion to participating states and local governments.

While critical details of the settlement remain the subject of ongoing negotiations, Teva disclosed the key financial terms in its earnings announcement.

“Our efforts to pursue accountability from companies whose unlawful conduct contributed to the opioid crisis continue,” said Attorney General Josh Kaul. “This agreement, if finalized, will mark another significant step forward in bringing resources to Wisconsin for fighting this epidemic.”

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