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  • In campaign ad, drug price measure foes lob unsubstantiated claim

    The opponents of a drug price initiative on California’s fall ballot are responding to the campaign’s first TV ad with a video spot of their own. The “No” campaign, sponsored by Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, argues the initiative will not lower prescription drug prices for Californians.

The opponents of a drug price initiative on California’s fall ballot are responding to the campaign’s first TV ad with a video spot of their own. The “No” campaign, sponsored by Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, argues the initiative will not lower prescription drug prices for Californians.
The opponents of a drug price initiative on California’s fall ballot are responding to the campaign’s first TV ad with a video spot of their own. The “No” campaign, sponsored by Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, argues the initiative will not lower prescription drug prices for Californians.

Drug price measure foes lob unsubstantiated claim

June 24, 2016 4:20 PM

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