AAM Urges MD Gov. To Veto Price Gouging Bill, Calling It Carve Out For Big Pharma
April 19, 2017
The Association for Accessible Medicines is urging Maryland Governor Larry Hogan (R) to veto the state's first-in-the-nation generic drug price gouging bill, arguing the measure would give the state attorney general too much power, unfairly carve out the brand industry and potentially violate the constitution, according to a letter hand-delivered to Hogan April 19 and obtained by Inside Health Policy . The Maryland state legislature earlier this month passed the nation's first bill granting a state attorney general power...
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