WASHINGTON -- Retail pharmacy leaders are hoping to gain more involvement in President Bush's plan to create a temporary Medicare prescription drug benefit after scoring a legal victory halting the president's original discount-card plan. U.S. District Court Judge Paul Friedman on Sept. 6 issued a preliminary injunction, ruling that pharmacy leaders had a "substantial likelihood" of winning their lawsuit alleging that the president's drug plan was created unlawfully and would cause damage ...

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