Johnson & Johnson reaches $700 million talc settlement with 42 states and DC

Johnson & Johnson reaches $700 million talc settlement with 42 states and DC

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Johnson & Johnson agreed to pay $700 million to settle a lawsuit by 42 U.S. states and Washington D.C. alleging it misled consumers about the safety of its baby powder made with talc. A recent study found use of talc is linked to ovarian cancer. The company did not admit any wrongdoing and maintains talc is safe. NBC News’ Kate Snow has the details.