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GenBioPro Sues FDA To Keep Generic Mifepristone Available; Supreme Court Delays Its Decision

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GenBioPro asks Maryland district court to prevent FDA from taking enforcement actions against it if Supreme Court allows stay of approval of mifepristone. Justice Samuel Alito extends deadline to respond until midnight Friday.

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