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PhRMA’s Lawsuit Against Medicare Trips Over ‘Administrative Remedy’ Standard; Will Others?

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West Texas District Court dismisses lawsuit against Medicare price negotiation program on jurisdictional grounds without considering the merits of the case. PhRMA is weighing next steps.

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