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The nation's three biggest drug distributors agreed to an eleventh hour two hundred fifteen million dollars settlement over the opioid crisis into Ohio counties is correspondent Norah o'donnell last minute settlement with four major drug companies has been reached just as a landmark federal trial was about to begin in Cleveland over responsibility for the opioid epidemic the sum involved so called big three distributors Casson amor source Bergen and cardinal health paying a combined two hundred sixty million dollars to Cuyahoga and summit counties Cuyahoga county prosecutor Michael Malley we're looking to