GPIA to add two full-time lobbyists; merged generic association will have staff of nine or 10.
GPIA TO HIRE TWO FULL-TIME LOBBYISTS, GPIA President Robert Waspe told a May 2 press briefing in Washington, D.C. The Generic Pharmaceutical Industry Association, soon to merge with the National Association of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers, will hire one lobbyist to cover each house of Congress. The association already has filled one position with an individual currently working on the Senate side, Waspe reported.
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