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For PhRMA in 2011, Government Relations Relies on Governor Relations

This article was originally published in RPM Report

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Jobs and governors go together like bread and butter. PhRMA is using the employment strength and new-economy mystique of biopharmaceuticals to try to line up strong advocates from the state houses in the upcoming fights over where to cut in health care spending.

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