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Supreme Court Agrees With Drug Firms That 340B Providers Cannot Sue Over Prices

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

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The federal government will have to take the lead on investigating and potentially punishing past overcharging for drugs as a result of the March 29 ruling.

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