WASHINGTON — A federal judge on Monday blocked a Trump administration regulation that requires drug makers to include their sticker prices in ads.
The decision, which came just hours before the rule was set to take effect at midnight on Wednesday, came after three major drug makers sued the administration in June, arguing the Department of Health and Human Services did not have the authority to require these disclosures and that requiring them violated the drug makers’ First Amendment rights.
How could they comply. There is no one price. There’s a price for you and a price for me and a price for those folks over there.
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