State Attorney General Josh Shapiro says he has finalized opioid agreements with the two largest pharmacy chains in the U.S. He announced Monday that the state can expect to see about 217-million-dollars over the next 10 years from CVS and about 236-million over the next 15 years from Walgreens. Walmart, also agreed to a big national settlement last month for more than three-billion. The settlement for Pennsylvania also calls for CVS, Walgreens and Walmart pharmacies to report and share data about suspicious activity related to opioid prescriptions. Shapiro says virtually all of the money going to drug prevention and treatment.