Nevada Diabetes Drug Pricing Law Targeted By PhRMA/BIO Lawsuit
Law requires manufacturers to report production, marketing costs and pricing details that would be publicly released by state health department. Trade groups' lawsuit argues requirements are unconstitutional.
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