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drug makers illegal pricing conspiracy

A coalition of 20 states is suing six generic drug manufacturers, alleging they illegally conspired to inflate prices of two medications as part of an industrywide price-fixing scheme.

The alleged scam, hammered out during dinners, “girls nights out” and parties, “caused a significant, lasting and ultimately harmful rippling effect in the United States healthcare system…” the lawsuit alleges.

The suit stems from an investigation Connecticut launched in July 2014 amid outrage over “unexplained and suspicious price increases” for generic drugs.

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