Judge to Rule on N.H. Drug-Marketing Law In New Hampshire this week, a federal judge will rule on a new state law restricting how pharmaceutical companies can market drugs to doctors. The law's goal is to control rising prescription drug costs.
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Judge to Rule on N.H. Drug-Marketing Law

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Judge to Rule on N.H. Drug-Marketing Law

Judge to Rule on N.H. Drug-Marketing Law

Judge to Rule on N.H. Drug-Marketing Law

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A first-of-its-kind law in New Hampshire prohibits drug companies from knowing what prescriptions doctors write. If the law is upheld and adopted elsewhere, it could change how pharmaceutical companies market their drugs.

Dan Gorenstein reports for New Hampshire Public Radio.