The MM&M Agency 100 is an issue six months in the making. MM&M editor-in-chief Steve Madden explains how a labor of love, or rather of logistics, is culminating in the most comprehensive guide to medical marketing, which will be published on July 9. (MM&M)

To view the 2019 Agency 100 when it is published, be sure to register on our website. This will give you access to all of the content, including the revenue table, features, agency profiles and more. (MM&M)

Canadian pot company Canopy Growth has fired co-CEO Bruce Linton and removed him as a member of the board. The termination left Mark Zekulin as the sole CEO while the company searches for Linton’s replacement. (CNBC)

Five states have dropped objections to Insys’ injunction request after the company filed for bankruptcy. The states also agreed to settlement talks with the company. U.S. bankruptcy judge Kevin Gross is expected to make a final decision on the injunction this month. (Endpoints)

Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) has returned a $2,800 campaign donation from a pharmaceutical executive, Eagle Pharmaceutical’s Michael Cordera. Booker pledged to not take donations from the industry during the first Democratic debate. (The Hill)