NEW HAVEN, Conn. – West Virginia and 43 other states have filed an antitrust lawsuit claiming some of the nation’s largest generic drug companies conspired to inflate and manipulate prices, cut competition and restrain trade for more than 100 different drugs.
- U.S. Supreme Court wants to hear from Workman before it discusses impeachment case
- Some Kanawha County court documents now available to online subscribers
- Former state senator sues sheriff's department for unlawful arrest
- West Virginia, four other states filing suits against Purdue Pharma for opioid marketing
- Widow of Upper Big Branch miner receives settlement from federal government
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