Good afternoon: Today's PM — edited by Justin Green — is 440 words, a 2 minute read.
Situational awareness: A judge in Oklahoma ruled today that Johnson & Johnson was responsible for fueling the state's opioid epidemic and will have to pay $572 million in damages — far less than the $17 billion the state had demanded, Axios' Bob Herman reports.
Harvey Weinstein (C). Photo: Yana Paskova/Getty Images
There's a grand jury indictment against Harvey Weinstein, pushing his trial back to 2020 but allowing one of his alleged victims to testify against him.
Why it matters: The new indictment gets around statute of limitations issues pertaining to Annabella Sciorra's testimony, the NY Times reports.
The big picture: Some of the most prominent #MeToo cases involve allegations that are past individual statutes of limitations, even though activists are working to change that status quo.
French President Emmanuel Macron and President Trump shake hands during a joint press conference at the G7 today.
Headlines from the summit:
Just a fun video of cows jumping over the white road markers.