States Accuse Generic Drugmakers Of Price Fixing

(By Alison Kodjak for NPR)

Twenty states are accusing a group of generic drug makers of conspiring to keep the prices on an antibiotic and a diabetes medication artificially high. And the state attorneys general say the lawsuit filed in federal court in Connecticut Thursday may be just the beginning of a much larger legal action. Continue reading article here…

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