CHICAGO -- Some of the nation's largest drug manufacturers will stop two-tiered pricing practices if a tentative settlement is approved. Federal Court Judge Charles Korcoras gave the proposal preliminary approval on May 8. It will be discussed at a June 11 fairness hearing here in federal court. If approved, it would go into effect 90 days later and will remain binding for three years. The tentative deal came a month after Korcoras struck down a proposed $408.9 million settlement of an ...

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