CHICAGO (AP) — Attorney General Lisa Madigan has announced her office has recovered $6.8 million through an agreement to settle allegations a drug company fraudulently published inflated prices. The settlement with Deerfield-based Baxter Healthcare Corp. resolves allegations that the company inflated the wholesale prices used in setting Medicaid rates. The money from the settlement has been deposited into the state’s general revenue fund for use in paying Medicaid bills for Illinois patients. Madigan filed a 2005 lawsuit against Deerfield-based Baxter and other drug makers for deceptive practices. Madigan says her office has now settled with eight drug companies and recovered more than $26 million. The suit continues against more than three dozen companies.