Pharmacy lobby funding ‘grass-roots’ letter-writing campaign to kill drug pricing transparency bill


SALEM — A Washington D.C.-based advocacy group funded by pharmaceutical interests is spending big money to drum up a secretive citizen letter-writing campaign in Oregon to help kill a drug pricing transparency bill in the Oregon Legislature. The group, Caregiver Voices United, has enlisted a company in Virginia to call …

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