NEW YORK -- Retail pharmacy operators who attended a Dec. 8 holiday luncheon here by the National Association of Chain Drug Stores, Alexandria, Va., heard that the trade organization will focus on lobbying state regulators in the coming year. Given the significant delay in the transition to a new presidential administration, "it's going to be a pretty difficult year in Washington to get anything done," said Craig Fuller, NACDS president and chief executive officer, in a morning press ...
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