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AAM Files Suit In Illinois To Block ‘Overreaching’ Price Gouging Law

House Bill Described As Counterproductive, Will Lead To Fewer Generics

Executive Summary

The AAM is taking legal action against the Illinois attorney general over a recently established state bill that aims to halt price spiking for generic drugs in the state, following successful challenge in other states.

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