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Judge orders Johnson & Johnson to pay Oklahoma $572M in opioid case


Drug company Johnson & Johnson was ordered this week to pay $572 million to the state of Oklahoma for its role in the state’s opioid addition crisis, while more than 2,000 similar law suits have been filed by more states and cities. Dr. Corey Hébert joins Joy Reid to discuss.