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AS SEEN ON TV – Oral arguments are expected today at the D.C.Circuit over a Health and Human Services rule that was set to take effect last year requiring drugmakers to disclose in TV ads the list price of prescriptions. U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta ruled in July that the HHS did not have the authority to create the requirement. Drug makers argue that the rule violates the First Amendment, an argument Mehta did not address.

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