WASHINGTON -- Retailers are applauding President Bush's proposal to help speed the path of generic drugs to market. Retailers and industry sources said that the plan would offer a more economical prescription drug option for consumers, open a more profitable product line for retailers, and help to contain spiraling health care costs. Bush's proposed rules would prevent drug companies from using legal tactics to stave off competition from generic drugs once patents expire on their products. ...

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