close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for Sept. 11 Fox News Flash top headlines for Sept. 11 are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma and its owners, the Sackler family, reached a tentative deal with dozens of states and thousands of local governments on Wednesday over the company’s role in exacerbating the nation’s opioid crisis. MOM WHO REFUSED TO ABORT BABY WITH MEDICAL NEEDS WELCOMES DAUGHTER: ‘I WAS TERRIFIED OF LOSING HER’ The Associated Press reported that the agreement would see Purdue pay up to $12 billion over time; the Sackler family would give up control of the company, while also contributing $3 billion over the next seven years and another $1.5 billion pending the sale of the family’s global pharmaceutical business, Mundipharma. Purdue is expected to file for bankruptcy if the deal goes through. However, some state attorneys general indicated that they were not on board with the proposal. “Our position remains firm and unchanged and nothing for us has changed today,” Connecticut Attorney General William Tong said in a statement. “The scope and scale of the pain, death and destruction that Purdue and the Sacklers have caused far exceeds anything that has been offered thus far…. Read full this story
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