Rite Aid Not Required To Have Uniform Rx Pricing, Florida Judge Rules
Charging different prescription drug prices for cash-paying and third-party covered patients is not an unfair trade practice, Tallahassee, Fla. circuit court Judge Nikki Ann Clark said in dismissing a Florida Attorney General complaint against Rite Aid Feb. 18.
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