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AG Schmidt Files Lawsuit Alleging Unlawful Insulin Pricing Scheme

Kansas AG Derek Schmidt sued insulin manufacturers Eli Lilly and Company, Sanofi-Aventis U.S. LLC, and Novo Nordisk Inc. and pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) CVS Health Corporation, Express Scripts, Inc., OptumRx, Inc., and affiliated entities alleging that the companies maintained an insulin pricing scheme that violated the Kansas Consumer Protection Act. According to the complaint, the…

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Election News Roundup - 8.4.2022

Arizona: Abe Hamadeh, with backing from Donald Trump, has emerged as the winner of the state’s GOP primary for AG, defeating attorney Rodney Glassman and retired Supreme Court Justice Andrew Gould, along with three other Republican candidates. Hamadeh will face Democrat Kris Mayes and two write-in Libertarian candidates in the general election. Current AG Mark Brnovich,…

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Kansas AG Schmidt Fines Evergy For Misleading Electrical Warranties

Kansas AG Derek Schmidt and Sedgwick County District Attorney Marc Bennett reached a settlement with Evergy Kansas Central, Inc., (formerly known as Westar Energy, Inc.), a subsidiary of Evergy, Inc., to resolve allegations that it violated the Kansas Consumer Protection Act. The consent judgment alleges that Evergy Kansas sponsored and approved electrical home warranties that…

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AG Coalition Opposes Re-Review of Pipeline Projects Regulation

A bipartisan group of 21 AGs, led by Montana AG Austin Knudsen, sent a letter to Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works) Michael Connor expressing opposition to the possible review of Nationwide Permit 12 (“NWP 12”), which governs pipeline and other energy infrastructure projects. Despite that NPW’s term does not expire until 2026, on…

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