WI Sees Baby Powder Settlement Money

WI Sees Baby Powder Settlement Money

Wisconsin’s share of the national baby powder settlement comes to just under 16-million dollars.

Attorney General Josh Kaul yesterday announced the settlement. In all, Johnson & Johnson will pay states 700-million dollars to settle claims that the company knew baby powder with talc was harmful to women, but continue to market it nonetheless. Kaul said his office is dedicated to protecting people in Wisconsin. He is not saying how the state will spend its part of the settlement.

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