LANSING (AP) – Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette says the state is in line to get $23.8 million as part of a $3 billion settlement of an improper drug marketing case against GlaxoSmithKline LLC.

Michigan was among states that sued the company.

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Schuette says GlaxoSmithKline underpaid the rebates it owed for drugs paid through the state’s Medicaid program.

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The Justice Department says the $3 billion combined criminal-civil fine will be the largest penalty ever paid by a drug company.

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