AUSTIN, Texas -- The Texas Pharmaceutical Association here has filed suit to get its members access to Prudential Insurance Co. of America's pharmacy provider network. The result of the suit, however, may turn on whether it is heard in state or federal court, according to Paul Davis, executive director of TPA. The association "will philosophically have a better shot in state court," Davis said. "It's a state law issue. We'd like to see it in state court. That's where we think we'll get the ...

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