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pair of lawmakers has introduced a bill that would allow the federal government to fine drug makers for providing incorrect information to Medicaid for calculating rebates the companies must pay to the health care program.

The bill would require a drug maker to correct any misclassifications within 30 days of being notified by the government or face a penalty of $100,000 a day for every day a correction is not made.

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