Court OKs Drug Price Cap

The Supreme Court today upheld one province’s bid to regulate the cost of generic drugs. The ruling is expected to set a regulatory pattern nationwide, a legal analyst told Blacklock’s. Justices in a unanimous 7-0 judgment concluded Ontario was within its rights in attempting to enforce a price cap by banning rebates paid to pharmacies by drug manufacturers.

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