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Statement and Letter from Public Citizen Supporting Sen. Bernie Sanders’ Amendment Holding Pharmaceutical Companies Accountable for Fraud

May 22, 2012

Pharmaceutical Companies Must Be Held Fully Accountable for Defrauding the Government; Statement of Public Citizen’s Sammy Almashat  in support of Sen. Bernie Sanders’ PDUFA amendment.

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View the letter sent to senators as a PDF

View fact sheet sent to senators as a PDF

Letter to HELP Committee supporting Sanders’ amendment as originally proposed to the committee, April 24, 2012

Rapidly Increasing Criminal and Civil Monetary Penalties Against the Pharmaceutical Industry: 1991 to 2010, December 16, 2010

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