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How Johnson & Johnson verdict could set precedent for opioid lawsuits


An Oklahoma judge is holding pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson accountable for the deadly opioid crisis in the state and ordered it to pay over half a billion dollars. NBC News’ Kate Snow reports on the judgment and how it could set the precedent for more than 2,000 similar lawsuits pending across the country.