Paula Johnson, mother of one of the babies in the famous 1995 UVa baby-switch, has reached a settlement with the state. The settlement is valued at $2.3M, $475,000 of which goes to Paula Johnson. The remainder will go to her (non-biological) daughter, who will receive a series of payments until she turns 30. This settlement comes just one day before the Virginia Supreme Court was to rule on her $31M lawsuit against UVa. According to WVIR, she’s continuing with her lawsuit against the manufacturers of the bracelets that the babies were wearing. Maria Sanminiatelli, formerly (?) of the Progress, has the story from the AP.