Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton says the state is signing on to a $5 billion settlement with CVS Pharmacy over the company's reported part in the opioid crisis. Paxton announced on Wednesday that Texas is joining the multistate opioid settlement. CVS was accused of inadequately monitoring opioid prescriptions. If other city, state, and tribal governments accept the settlement, Texas could receive more than $276 million. Paxton didn't say how the state would spend the money.