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Biden Drug Price Pressure on Patent Office Draws Skeptics

The Biden administration’s approach to bring down drug costs by challenging aspects of the U.S. patent system lines up with a push from Democrats and Republicans in Congress, but skeptics say it’s looking in the wrong direction.

Texas Abortion Law Sees Test as Doctor Faces Individual Lawsuit

A Texas doctor who admitted he performed an abortion in violation of a new state law has been sued in one of the first legal tests of the highly restrictive statute, which has already drawn a Justice Department challenge and action by the U.S. Supreme Court.

9th Cir. Nixes Grubhub’s Bid to Apply Prop. 22 Retroactively

Grubhhub Inc. must continue to defend a six-year-old lawsuit alleging it misclassified food delivery drivers under California’s rigid worker-status test, the Ninth Circuit said Monday in denying the gig company’s push to wield Proposition 22 against one of its former drivers.

How Many Votes? A Guide to Getting It Done in Congress

Our comprehensive guide to how many votes are needed for almost any scenario in Congress.

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