U.S. Senior District Judge Billy Roy Wilson has been assigned to PhRMA's lawsuit challenging Arkansas’s 340B nondiscrimination act.

New Judge Assigned to PhRMA’s Lawsuit Challenging Arkansas’s First-of-Its-Kind 340B Nondiscrimination Law

A new federal district judge has been assigned to Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America’s (PhRMA) lawsuit challenging Arkansas’s 340B nondiscrimination act.

PhRMA’s case, filed on Sept. 29, was initially assigned to U.S. District Judge Lee Rudofsky, a Trump appointee. It has been transferred to U.S. Senior District Judge Billy Roy Wilson, a Clinton appointee.

A new federal district judge has been assigned to Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America’s (PhRMA) lawsuit challenging Arkansas’s 340B nondiscrimination act.

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