KY To Get $6 Million In Settlement With Drug Company

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 5/16/2012 12:03 am
Kentucky will get back $6 million from the big pharmaceutical company Merck.

Attorney General Jack Conway filed suit saying Merck overstated the cost of its drugs so that it would get more money in medicaid reimbursements from Kentucky.

The company will now pay back $6 million as part of a settlement.

This is one of 47 Kentucky lawsuits against pharmacuetical companies.
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