The BDM administration on Friday filed a lawsuit in federal court seeking to prevent states from importing cheap prescription drugs from Canada.
The White House said in a statement that the lawsuit was “temporary” and that the decision to allow the green light to be imported was “temporary”.
“To date, no SIPs have been licensed. Although two proposals have been submitted to the FDA, there is no timeline for the agency to make a decision. As a result, the harm to the plaintiffs’ members is overly speculative and unreasonable, in the case of independent third parties, and in connection with the decisions of various government bodies, ”the administration wrote.
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So far, Florida and New Mexico have applied to the Canadian government for approval of drug plans, but others are expected to join.
“As a state, you are limited in what you can do in this state because this is very much regulated by federal law,” said Disantis. In a press release Friday. We want the BID administration to approve this. We believe that if we take immediate action, we will provide safe and effective medications in Florida to reduce prescription costs.
“Now is the time,” he added.
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