Attorneys: PDMA isn't broken, don't change it

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Two Hyman, Phelps & McNamara attorneys have told the US Sentencing Commission that the guideline for misdemeanor offenses under the Prescription Drug Marketing Act isn't broken and shouldn't be changed. The FDA asked the commission to consider changing the guideline because its maximum prison term isn't enough.

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