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Generic Drugs

The Association For Accessible Medicines sued the California Attorney General in federal court, claiming the state’s “pay for delay” law, barring pharmaceutical companies from paying competitors to keep generic drugs off the market is an unconstitutional interference with interstate commerce.

SACRAMENTO — The Association for Accessible Medicines brought a federal complaint over California’s “pay for delay” law barring pharmaceutical companies from paying competitors to keep generic drugs off the market. The complaint calls it unconstitutional interference with interstate commerce.

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