By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A bipartisan coalition of state attorneys general announced on Wednesday a national settlement with drugmakers over the opioid epidemic.

Companies that make opioid painkillers will pay $26 billion to states and local governments.

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States have 30 days to decide whether to accept the deal. Local governments will have 150 days.

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Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner is skeptical.

“The District Attorney’s Office is very concerned that what has been called a settlement is actually a sellout. What settlement? We’ve received no specifics and there should be a couple hundred pages of specifics about how money that’s supposed to be coming from this lawsuit will make it to Philadelphia,” Krasner said.

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If the deal is accepted, the drug companies will make their payments over an 18-year time span.