Senators introduce bill aimed at getting generic drugs to market

By Diane Bartz WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Four U.S. senators – two Democrats and two Republicans – introduced a bill on Tuesday aimed at preventing big pharmaceutical companies from using safety rules to prevent generic drugs from coming to market. Senators Charles Grassley, chair of the Judiciary Committee, and Patrick Leahy, the top Democrat, are sponsors of the bill along with Senators Mike Lee and Amy Klobuchar, the chair of the antitrust subcommittee and top Democrat, respectively.
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