Michigan and 23 other states have settled their lawsuit against airbag maker Takata.
But the states aren't going to try to collect the money.
Takata is going bankrupt, so it has limited money for fines, paying automakers for recalls, and compensating victims.
The states won't go after the $650 million settlement to protect the funds that are available for victims. Twenty-two people have been killed and hundreds of people have been injured with the defective Takata airbags in their vehicles deployed with too much force, spraying them with metal fragments.