The Massachusetts House of Representatives has voted 128-22 to repeal the Massachusetts Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Manufacturer Code of Conduct. The April 26 vote was the second time in two years the House voted to repeal the 2008 law, which requires pharma and medical-device companies to disclose any financial transactions worth at least $50 with anyone who prescribes, dispenses, or purchases prescription drugs or medical devices in the Commonwealth. They also must disclose to the ...

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