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New York Passes Legislation To Manufacture Own Generic Drugs

The Legislation Also Covers Pay-For-Delay Agreements, Wholesale Drug Importation, And More

Executive Summary

If signed into law, New York will follow in California’s footsteps and become the second state to seek its own drug manufacturing opportunities to improve accessibility and affordability.

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