(St. Paul, MN)  —  Minnesota could receive more than 300-million-dollars as part of settlement with opioid manufacturers.  On Wednesday, Attorney General Keith Ellison said that the Gopher State is poised to receive as much as 337-million-dollars, and that the settlement will bring relief to communities that have been destroyed by the opioid crisis.  Officials say states have 30 days to sign on to the agreement, and local governments have until January 1st to join.