Rx Data Mining Opponents Will Need New Pitch After Supreme Court Strikes Down Vermont Law
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
The court affirms the Second Circuit's ruling that a Vermont statute prohibiting drug companies from using Rx data to market to doctors imposes an impermissible restriction on free speech.
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