By Kevin E. Noonan — “Solving” the problem of high prescription drug prices has been on the minds of our representatives in Congress lately, and the desire to “do something” about it has reached the point that just doing something (or being perceived as doing something) has become an end in itself (see “A Solution in Search of a Problem” and “More Ill-conceived Remedies from Congress Regarding Prescription Drug Costs”). The latest manifestation of this trend is a bill, entitled the “Terminating the Extension of Rights Misappropriated Act of 2019” or the “Term Act,” introduced by Representative Hakeem Jeffries (D,…
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