Health Care

Md. joins 19 other states in lawsuit over drug pricing

Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh  notes that he believes daily fantasy sports constitutes illegal gaming in Maryland, but at times says the General Assembly needs to clarify the law and raises questions about whether new regulations implemented by the Office of the Comptroller ultimately even apply to the daily fantasy industry. (The Daily Record / Maximilian Franz)

HARTFORD, Conn. — Six generic drug-makers artificially inflated and manipulated prices to reduce competition for an antibiotic and oral diabetes medication, 20 state attorneys general, led by Connecticut, said in a federal lawsuit filed Thursday. Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen, ...

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