Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Idaho, Illinois, California Consider Bans on Unilateral Pricing for Contact Lenses

"Idaho, Illinois, California and several other states are considering legislation that would bar contact lens makers from setting price floors that make discounting impossible," reports Reuters. "Last week Florida became the latest to act on a bill, when its Senate Health Policy Committee approved a measure that would ban the price floors, according to a senate staffer. The bill is backed by Tom Lee, the chairman of the state Senate Appropriations Committee. To read the full story on WestlawNext Practitioner Insights, click here: ."

Earlier this week Utah banned the practice. See OpticalCEUs post.

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